WorldVentures , a leading direct seller of travel and lifestyle community memberships and a two-time Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private company inductee, announces its partner-membership with Success North Dallas, a prestigious networking group.
Success North Dallas comprises high achievers in business who convene monthly for presentations by world-class speakers on topics in industry, economics and politics.
WorldVentures fosters an environment where independent-minded entrepreneurs can build their own businesses, set their own direction and define their own future. The alliance supports the company's mission to help its Independent Representatives, DreamTrips Members and employees achieve more fun, freedom and fulfillment in their lives.
We are committed to the personal development of our employees, WorldVentures CEO Dan Stammen said. And providing them an opportunity to learn from speakers and local business leaders is a great step toward that commitment.
Success North Dallas Founder and Director Bill Wallace introduced WorldVentures at its monthly breakfast meeting on September 21. He said he was proud to welcome WorldVentures as a new partner-member, and this alliance directly reflects the overall principles of his organization.
Success North Dallas was built on the concept of servant leadership, of connecting the right individuals for the right reasons at the right time, and we think our organizational values are closely aligned, said Wallace.
WorldVentures is a privately held company based in Plano, Texas, that sells travel and lifestyle community memberships providing a diverse set of products and experiences. The company's goal is to help Independent Representatives, DreamTrips Members and employees achieve more fun, freedom and fulfillment in their lives. WorldVentures uses the direct-sales model to go to market with active Representatives and Members in 29 markets.
About Success North Dallas
Success North Dallas originated in 1988 in Dallas, Texas, as a breakfast gathering of 14 select individuals, each of whom embraced Bill Wallace's idea of meeting monthly to serve as an informal Board of Directors and mentor group for each other's respective businesses. Based on the success of this format and the vision of its potential to benefit an expanded audience, the group adopted and signed its bylaws in March 1989. It has grown into a group of more than 3,000 active participants.