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Press Release: America’s MLM Consultants Inc.
Marcie Cook, CEO
September 15, 2012 – America’s MLM Consultants Inc. Weighs in on Mergers and Acquisitions to Better Assist Distressed Network Marketing Companies in a Crumbling Economy
America’s MLM Consultants, Inc. crafts a merger and acquisition plan making it possible for owners to maintain down-lines for greater growth potential and distributors minimize financial loss.
Millions of American job seekers struggle to find meaningful employment in today’s sluggish economy. For many there is good news and bad news in starting a home based network-marketing business.
The good news is that the earning potential can be huge. Buying and owning a piece of a winning MLM business venture with strong leadership has never been more appealing or profitable. The bad news is that many companies, although they can boast of amazing products and/or services, have been known to crumble within the first year. This leaves extremely talented MLM leaders and their down-lines left to falter on their own.
Trying to decipher the winners from the losers can be a daunting proposition. According to Rod Cook, Founder and President of America’s MLM Consultants, Inc. MLM Consultant and nationally acclaimed expert on MLM start ups, there are just as many phenomenal stories of success as there are tragic tails of failure. At issue, Cook points out, is the fact that some companies are slow to grow. All too soon they discover substantial liquidity problems. Making matters worse, financially strapped buyers can not borrow money for purchasing additional down-lines when overcautious bankers make lending virtually impossible.
For this reason Cook crafted a plan to better help distressed companies’ merge or be acquired with more competitive companies destined for success.
“Confidence and trust are crucial when a possible merger or acquisition is on the table,” he stressed. Acting as broker Cook assists owners with maintaining down-lines and merging with other companies for greater growth potential. Distributors are treated fairly and financial losses are minimized or even eliminated. Best of all, owners gain leverage income by selling product or service rights to be distributed to a larger audience.
“In the final analysis it really boils down to two companies making a good business decision,” Cook said. “I simply help with negotiations and provide a solid cost-effective network marketing plan geared toward making it a win-win for everyone.”
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