Jeunesse Global has become one of the most talked-about names in the international health and beauty industry. Founded less than 9 years ago, the company has sprung from obscurity to reach the highest peaks of international fame. It has gone from a garage-based startup business to a company valued at more than $1 billion in a period of time that few companies have ever been able to match in the history of American business.
And all this success is largely attributable to the vision and leadership of Jeunesse Global founders Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis. The couple was already well known throughout the North American direct-marketing business. Ray and Lewis had been behind the formation and growth of dozens of highly successful businesses. But as they approached their late 60s, the couple decided that it might finally be time to throw in the towel. However, they didn’t count on the boredom that was an inherent part of retired life.
The industrious pair soon began selling a few health and beauty products out of their garage as a means to pass the idle time of retirement. Soon, they realized that they had yet another winning business model on their hands. They named their company Jeunesse Global, and the rest is history.
But from the beginning, Ray and Lewis wanted Jeunesse to be a different kind of company. The couple was no longer focused on the acquisition of additional wealth; they had all the money that anyone could possible spend in three lifetimes. Instead, Ray and Lewis wanted to focus on spreading real economic opportunity across the globe while creating some of the most innovative products that the health and beauty sector had ever seen. They wanted to make a life statement and leave a lasting legacy for humanity.
One of the ways that they were able to achieve this is through the Jeunesse Global business model itself. With up to six ways to earn, Jeunesse distributors are among the most well compensated in the industry. Thousands of Jeunesse independent business owners have been able to achieve financial independence by following the company’s business model.