GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA, February 27, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- South Africa's direct selling industry provides income opportunities to over 1.3 million people, an increase of 81,000 only in 2011. The Direct Selling Association (DSA) of South Africa, which has recently celebrated 40 years of growth, expects that more than 300,000 additional direct sellers could get involved over the coming three years. Over the past two decades, the direct selling industry has been one of the highest job-creation industries in South Africa's economy (directsellingnews.com). Harvey Wayne Communications
' Managing Director is launching a new branch in Gauteng and is currently negotiating with local clients. Harvey Wayne Communications is a direct sales and marketing company and is planning to promote and sell products and services on its clients' behalf at Gauteng's events.
Harvey Wayne Communications has UK branches, in London and Manchester. With years of experience, the company is representing its clients through business-to-business and business-to-consumer campaigns. Harvey Wayne Communications' aim is to raise brand awareness, increase sales and generate a higher return on investment for its client base. "Outsourcing to us is a very cost effective solution for our clients. Another advantage is that we reach potential customers on a face-to-face basis, which means that we can answer questions directly and more importantly, we help maintain a positive brand image for our clients," says Managing Director at Harvey Wayne Communications.
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Despite economical challenges and an unemployment rate of over 25%, the South African market seems a promising opportunity for Harvey Wayne Communications. Richard Clarke, DSA Chairman explains: "Where the government and formal business were not able to generate the required thousands of jobs per year, the direct selling industry is kick-starting careers, creating businesses and giving entrepreneurs formal business skills in a risk-free environment that will ensure their success" (directsellingnews.com). Harvey Wayne Communications believes that its input may help boost South Africa's economy. An article published on directsellingnews.com confirms Harvey Wayne Communications' confidence after extensive market research. The success of South Africa's direct selling industry is based on the 'open-door' approach that offers low barriers to join and creates opportunities in a mentored learning environment and a virtually risk-free earning opportunity to people of all ages, races and economic backgrounds and is therefore a perfect recipe for South Africa's fight against unemployment.
Once one of our clients has decided that the direct sales channel is appropriate for their organisation, we begin the pilot phase of our strategy and learn product and services specifics to ensure our clients brand will be well represented. We currently work with businesses in the Cosmetic, Energy, Insulation, Charity & Entertainment industries. We promote subscription services, generate leads, close sales and increase awareness of our clients brands.