These are the MLM companies to keep an eye on in 2019 – 2019 MLM Company Review
So long, 2018 — hello, 2019!
It’s crazy to think that we’re already in a brand new year, but I’m still really excited nonetheless.
2018 was a pretty eventful year for the world of MLM, and as we look into what 2019 holds, we could be faced with an even bigger year than before.
There are bound to be a lot of different MLM companies asking for your time and money in 2019, and to help you make sense of some of the brands you’ll likely meet this year, I’ve created a list of the top ones that are worth keeping an eye on.
Without further ado, let’s get started!
Enhanzz Global (Sven Goebel)
Kicking off this list, we have Enhanzz Global from Sven Goebel.
Based in Switzerland and founded by Sven and Audrey Global + Sven and Christina Hennige, Enhanzz Global is a distribution company that wants to be known for staying on top of the latest tech while also providing its customers with the best possible experience.
If that sounds like something for you, you can learn more at www.enhanzzglobal.com.
Magellan International (Jef Welch)
Created by Jef Welch, Magellan International has already created for a lot of talk and hype from some of the MLM world’s most trusted individuals.
Megall has a huge mining infrastructure located all around the globe, and while that’s impressive enough on its own, this infrastructure is entirely based on green energy so that the company doesn’t have a negative impact on Earth’s health.
Find out more at www.magellaninternational.com.
Cellements (Anders Karlsson)
Cellements, created by Anders Karlsson, is entering the MLM field with the goal of providing people access to products typically found at pharmacies and vaccination clinics at much cheaper prices than what’s typically available.
Cellements claims it can offer these products to individuals for as little as $0.25/day, and if that turns out to be true, Cellements could be on to something really special.
Learn all about it at www.cellements.com.
Uforia Science (Ron Williams)
If you follow the MLM market, you’ll know that the niche of supplements is pretty competitive. However, Ron Williams firmly believes that he has something different with Uforia Science.
According to Williams, “I see Uforia becoming to supplement companies what Amazon has become to retail outlets.”
It’s yet to be seen if that’s really the case, but if you want to follow this company for yourself to see if things pan out, you can do so at www.feeluforia.com.
Univia (Donna Valdes)
Speaking of competitive MLM niches, other ones include beauty, wellness, and health.
Univia aims to tackle all three of these while placing a huge emphasis on digital sales and digital marketing.
The MLM market can be slow to adapt to new sales and marketing techniques, so it’s always exciting whenever a company like Univia comes along.
Check out Univia’s full goals and ambitions at www.univia.com.
Melius (Moyn Islam)
With Melius, we have an MLM company that’s focused on two main platforms:
Melius Node — a platform for education. Melius Marketing — a platform for marketing that can be used by business owners.
Add that together with a big focus on using blockchain to drive these efforts forward, and Melius sounds like it’s on the right track to creating something really special.
Check out the website at www.melius.co.
Genlife (Peter Verdegem)
Genlife is being headed up by Peter Verdegem, and if you haven’t heard of him, you may want to change that.
Genlife’s website really hypes up Verdegem’s experience, saying, “Peter Verdegem is an experienced professional both in the management of nutrition companies, as well as in product development in science-driven nutritional products.”
Interested in seeing where this goes? Go to www.genlife.today.
Bmor Global (David Flynn)
Life is full of different ups and downs. We’re often met with challenges, and while they can be hard to get through, we come out on top of those feeling accomplished and ready to do anything.
That’s a feeling Bmor Global wants you to hold onto.
Bmor claims to have an opportunity for people that’ll help them live a better life, and while details are still few and far between, I’m excited to see what comes next.
See for yourself at www.bmorglobal.com.
IQ Legacy (Holton Buggs)
Want an MLM opportunity to help you better yourself in more ways than one? IQ Legacy could be the company to join in 2019.
Here’s how IQ describes itself on its website:
“iQ was created to provide a revolutionary ecosystem for learning, empowerment, and advancement. We are dedicated to facilitating the advancement and empowerment of forward-thinking individuals worldwide — helping them capitalize on emerging technologies and currency systems.”
Sounds impressive, doesn’t it?
Get all the details at www.IQlegacy.com.
Cellis Health (Korey Johnson)
Rounded up this list, we have Cellis Health!
Per the Cellis Health website, “For almost 30 years in network marketing, Korey Johnson honed his business skills, gained knowledge and experience, became an extraordinary leader, and pondered the ‘what ifs.’”
Johnson aims to make sure Cellis Health is among the fairest and most honest MLM brands to exist. To follow his journey, be sure to visit www.cellisnow.com.
Are These Companies A Scam?
If you have heard that any of these companies are a scam, then you’ve come to the right place to find out the truth.
I would say not exactly. However, there are some things to be aware of before joining, which I have detailed in the conclusion.
You will only be successful by recognizing the weaknesses and finding a way to move past them.
Conclusion For My 2019 MLM Company Review
I definitely hope you have found value in my Review of the top MLM companies for 2019.
I went into a lot of detail so that you can make a proper decision about whether you want to join or not.
If you do decide to proceed with any of them, make sure you take the time to learn how to market yourself!
My training below can help you with that.