Springville, UT (PRWEB) March 27, 2010
Trivani International (http://www.trivani.com), the world’s first purpose-driven marketing company, will expand its humanitarian reach in countries around the world this year. Trivani has created an international network of members that sell the company’s toxin-free personal care and nutrition products. A large percentage of the sales revenue goes to the company’s global relief efforts. Now Trivani International is expanding to open and shore-up humanitarian branches in Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and other places in 2010.
“We want Trivani to be the fastest-growing humanitarian group,” says Bob Steed, CEO of Trivani International (http://www.trivani.com). “With our plans to expand our existing philanthropic network, as well as open offices in new places, we truly want to give a loud voice to children in need throughout the world.”
Trivani International has already seen success with its multi-million dollar hunger efforts to eliminate starvation and relieve poverty. Since its founding, the group has rescued AIDS orphans in Africa, enabled cleft palate and club foot surgeries for children in the Philippines, and distributed thousands of dollars to poverty-stricken countries across the globe. Trivani uses a vast network of members to spread the word, sell the product, and donate the proceeds to the company’s critically lauded philanthropic systems (http://trivanifieldnotes.wordpress.com/2009/12/07/meet-sarah-asayo-founder-of-asayos-wish-orphanage/). In 2010, CEO Bob Steed and his team expect to not only develop efforts in Asia, but in Canada and other locales.
Arlan Reynolds, a member based in Utah, says working for Trivani helps him know he’s doing something good for the world. “I am not normally a person who sells products for another company, but with Trivani, it’s different. I love the fact that while I’m selling, I’m raising money for a charity that truly helps people across the planet. It’s a great feeling!”
Trivani is the world’s first Purpose Marketing® company, using the power and profit of network marketing to provide ongoing humanitarian aid around the world. Trivani’s unique business model consists of two distinct but closely intertwined entities: Trivani International and the Trivani Foundation. This business model helps Trivani fulfill its humanitarian goals through three main missions: Purpose, Health, and Prosperity.
Persons interested in learning more about the company can go to http://www.trivani.com. Persons interested in the Trivani Foundation, a non-profit organization, and its humanitarian projects can go to http://www.trivanifoundation.org.
Bob Steed is available for media interviews and special speaking engagements.
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