Mannatech starts Mexican operations

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Texas-based Mannatech’s Mexican operations started on January 24, as the company looks to leverage the country as a gateway to Latin America.

Mexico also represents the sixth largest direct selling market in the world, with estimates of more than $3.5 billion in revenue, according to the Direct Selling Association. The company’s newly opened Mexico operations include offices and storefronts in both Guadalajara and Mexico City and a distribution center located in Monterrey.

“Mexico is one of the most important international market openings that Mannatech has ever undertaken, because Mexico is a hugely strategic market in its own right as well as a gateway to all Latin America,”​ said Randy Bancino, president of Mannatech’s international business.

“We have science as our foundation, and with a proven business model and products that will stand out in Mexico, I believe we will make a real difference in the lives of people willing to make a change,”​ added Sergio Medina, managing director of Mannatech’s Mexico operations. “There are more than 100 million people in Mexico, many of them looking to supplement their income and make a better quality of life for their families, and I believe Mannatech will help them discover that.”

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