Agel Introduces Vitamins in a Gel

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Pills, powders, juices, and now gel. Consumers have a variety of ways to take their daily vitamins. But will this upstart network marketing company be able to launch both a new business and a new product line? The 1000s rushing to sign up early seem to think so.

Hundreds of people are visiting web sites like hoping for a spot in the upper levels of the new Agel network marketing company. Yet the official launch of Agel is not scheduled until late April 2005.

Agel is allowing new distributors to begin building their down-line organizations even before they have tried the product. Many people feel that the best way to profit in a network marketing business it to get in at the early stages.

The web site encourages visitors to, "secure your position today." Despite the excitement of "getting in on the ground floor," Agel brings several new innovations to the network marketing industry.

The largest network marketing companies are invariably the first successful company in any given product line; Amway, Melaleuca, NuSkin, Marinda, etc. The "me-too" companies who come after and copy these "first-to-market" leaders seldom, if ever, become as large or as successful as the original.

Agel has created not just a new product, but an entirely new category of products. The company has developed a proprietary Gel Suspension technology that makes possible single serving packets of nutraceuticals (dubbed "gelceuticals"). Rather than choking down pills or mixing powders, this gel formula is easy to take and helps the body rapidly absorb the nutrients.

The Agel opportunity was enticing enough that Randy Schroeder, a successful network marketing leader, jumped ship to be one of the first distributors. But Schroeder's first thought was not about the product, he's a "plan man." He says "the Agel compensation plan is not just a little bit better than anything currently available in the industry, this represents a quantum leap forward."

Schroeder was also impressed with the strong financial backing the fledgling company received from Ash Capital group, the founders of the WordPerfect Corporation. Estimates say that Ash Capital has put up $2 million in start-up funding to help Agel get off the ground.

Regardless of this, Schroeder says the company is set to do over $2 million in business the day they open. Agel will launch simultaneously in the USA, Israel, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Canada and Singapore, with Taiwan and Russia to follow shortly. is owned by Berky Information Teknologies, Inc.

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