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Empowered Kiwis - The Gig Economy

Empowered Kiwis - The Gig Economy

Empowered Kiwis Limited are pleased to announce that they are now New Zealand Distributors for Youngevity International Inc.

Youngevity International, Inc. ( NASDAQ : YGYI ), is a leading omni-direct lifestyle company - offering a hybrid of the direct selling business model, that also offers e-commerce and the power of social selling.

Assembling a virtual Main Street of products and services under one corporate entity, Youngevity offers products from the six top selling retail categories: health/nutrition, home/family, food/beverage (including coffee), spa/beauty, apparel/jewellery, as well as innovative services.

The Company was formed in the course of the summer 2011 merger of Youngevity Essential Life Sciences with Javalution Coffee Company (now part of the company's food and beverage division). The resulting company became Youngevity International, Inc. in July 2013

Des Morgan coordinator for Empowered Kiwis said “starting a new business has generally been an all-or-nothing proposition, requiring a significant appetite for risk. There are benefits to dipping your toes into the entrepreneurial waters by experimenting with a few gigs on the side.and Youngevity provides Kiwis that opportunity”.

“Social selling is quickly emerging as the most popular – and lucrative – way to combine a healthy and balanced lifestyle with a serious financial opportunity. This isn’t about 9 to 5. More like 24/7 freedom. How far you go is up to you, but Youngevity will give you the tools and support to get there, at your own pace whether that be part or full time” he said.

For further information https://business.facebook.com/empoweredkiwis/

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