Women Members of Vemma Show Optimism in Down Economy

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Vemma's membership growth of 34% in the last month and success of the female members echoes the findings of a recent study. A study conducted in February by eWomenNetwork, Inc., found that 92.3% of business women are networking and investing in building more relationships to stay positive and upbeat. This mindset for success is working in our down economy and for the network marketing company, Vemma®, which enables people to establish health and financial freedom through its Internet-driven business opportunity.

Succeeding in the networking business takes time and work. I have an amazing team, and really, all you need is a couple of other great team leaders in your group, and you can afford a little down time. At this point, my business is going to grow whether I'm there or not, so now I'll have the chance to be a mom.

According to a study conducted in February by eWomenNetwork, Inc., 92.3% of business women are networking and investing in building more relationships to stay positive and upbeat. This mindset for success is working in our down economy and for the network marketing company, Vemma®, which enables people to establish health and financial freedom through its Internet-driven business opportunity.

Vemma distributes a comprehensive liquid nutrition program and healthy energy drink called Verve; its referral-based business model is offering hope and security to women and mothers today. Of the women who participated in the study, 73% answered "yes," that they believed this was a good time to grow and expand their business. The February 2009 Women's Economic Business study was based on a U.S. (85%) and Canadian (15%) representative sample of 3,964 women business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals of companies with fewer than 100 employees.

Dr. Betsy Holloway of Samford University's Brock School of Business recently spoke to NBC news about the potential of network marketing in times of economic hardship. The story highlights opportunity in businesses comparable to Vemma. She attests, "These are legitimate businesses." Doctor Holloway affirms that direct retail has been growing for a decade, and there is potential for even more growth in the future. Vemma's membership growth of 34% in the last month alone echoes this notion and women are feeling empowered and optimistic!

Cissy Lowery, Vemma Platinum Leader, shares her secret to the network marketing success. "Everyone does it differently. I've always loved being able to help someone become healthier. People feel very passionate about this product and what it contains. I've never had anyone come back with anything negative. It's like we're all linked together in a huge revolution of taking back our health," Cissy says. "It's definitely a positive experience." "I've been in this business for 20 years," Ruth Elliott, a Vemma Royal Ambassador Member, says about network marketing. "For me, true financial freedom is not how much you own, but how long you can go without an income, and that's the money in the bank."

Michelle Barnes, Vemma Ambassador, confirms, "Succeeding in the networking business takes time and work. I have an amazing team, and really, all you need is a couple of other great team leaders in your group, and you can afford a little down time. At this point, my business is going to grow whether I'm there or not, so now I'll have the chance to be a mom."

For more information, visit http://www.vemma.com.

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