Assuming we can rely on Direct Sales’ Associations own data, that is.
We couldn’t find any stats on the UK DSA webpage but happily the EU DSA has them.
77% are women
77.4% are women
75% are women
91% are women
69% are women
Still believe this isn’t a feminist issue?
Note: our campaign is against MLMs, NOT single-level direct sales companies. However, most DSAs are made up of MLMs, hence our focus on their statistics.
We need a real, unbiased study that asks the tough questions: how much money do these female sellers, on average (don’t even start, top of the pyramid Shill Bots, we know you make money off your downlines)…. actually make in MLM, after expenses, success day tickets, etc? No one really knows. This is a huge number of women being potentially exploited.