PROVO, Utah – Feb. 26, 2019 – Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. today announced plans to open in Peru, expanding the company’s presence in Latin America. Peru will begin operations on March 7, 2019, with a grand opening event in Lima, Peru.
“Nu Skin’s business in Latin America has seen incredible growth over the past year as our products and business opportunity continue to improve lives throughout the region,” said Tyler Whitehead, West Region president. “Peru is a well-established market for direct selling, and we have seen great anticipation from potential customers and sales leaders there. We are committed to investing in Peru as a new market and are confident in a successful future.”
Nu Skin will offer a selection of its most popular personal care products at launch with plans to introduce additional products over the coming months. A list of the innovative Nu Skin products available in Peru at launch and information on the grand opening can be found at https://www.nuskin.com/content/nuskin/en_US/products/peru.html.
“For 35 years, Nu Skin has grown around the world by providing customers innovative products deeply rooted in science and technology and building a strong partnership withour sales leaders to help them succeed with a rewarding business opportunity. Providing our empowering products and opportunity to the people of Peru is the latest milestone in our growth initiatives and an exciting new chapter of Nu Skin’s global operations,” adds Ryan Napierski, president.
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The forward-looking statements and related assumptions involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results and outcomes to differ materially from any forward-looking statements or views expressed herein. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the following:
- competitive pressures in Peru, or changes in operations or future financial results from those currently anticipated;
- adverse publicity related to the company’s business, products, industry or any legal actions or complaints by the company’s sales force or others;
- any failure of current or planned initiatives or products to generate interest among the company’s sales force and customers and generate sponsoring and selling activities on a sustained basis;
- regulatory risks associated with the company’s products, which could require the company to modify its claims or inhibit the company’s ability to import or continue selling a product in a market if it is determined to be a medical device or if it is unable to register the product in a timely manner under applicable regulatory requirements; and
- unpredictable economic conditions and events globally.
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