Sharing Services Global Corporation (SHRG) Strategically Positioned for Shift in Workforce, Retail Industry

The shifting retail industry is creating new opportunities in direct-selling Remote employment and work-from-home positions are projected to make up the majority of the U.S. workforce by 2027 The company is focused on elevating entrepreneurs with much-needed resources in the ever-growing global direct-selling market

A quick search of the retail industry suggests that the sector is dying, as stores such as Payless, Walgreens, JCPenny, Victoria Secret and more announce closures. However, a closer look reveals that the industry is not dying; it is merely changing. People are skipping crowded malls and shops and opting for the ease of e-commerce and the comfort of direct-selling. According to Statista, the direct-selling market brought in $64 billion in the Americas, with wellness products leading the way with 33.8 percent of total industry sales. An estimated 20.5 million people are involved in direct-selling in the United States, marking a 31 percent increase over a five-year period (http://nnw.fm/4wlVp).

The United States is also experiencing a shift toward entrepreneurship and working remotely. Companies specializing in the direct-selling industry, such as Sharing Services Global Corporation (OTCQB: SHRG), are ready for the influx. According to a…

Read More>>

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to SHRG are available in the company’s newsroom at http://nnw.fm/SHRG

About NetworkNewsWire

NetworkNewsWire (NNW) is an information service that provides (1) access to our news aggregation and syndication servers, (2) NetworkNewsBreaks that summarize corporate news and information, (3) enhanced press release services, (4) social media distribution and optimization services, and (5) a full array of corporate communication solutions. As a multifaceted financial news and content distribution company with an extensive team of contributing journalists and writers, NNW is uniquely positioned to best serve private and public companies that desire to reach a wide audience of investors, consumers, journalists and the general public. NNW has an ever-growing distribution network of more than 5,000 key syndication outlets across the country. By cutting through the overload of information in today’s market, NNW brings its clients unparalleled visibility, recognition and brand awareness. NNW is where news, content and information converge.

To receive instant SMS alerts, text STOCKS to 77948

For more information please visit https://www.NetworkNewsWire.com

Please see full terms of use and disclaimers on the NetworkNewsWire website applicable to all content provided by NNW, wherever published or re-published: http://NNW.fm/Disclaimer

NetworkNewsWire (NNW)
New York, New York
www.NetworkNewsWire.com
212.418.1217 Office
Editor@NetworkNewsWire.com

More News From travellersea.com

Donors suspend funds for Poland's Jewish museum

Jul 17, 2019

WARSAW, Poland — A Jewish association says some private donors to Poland's renowned Jewish history museum have suspended funding out of concerns about the government's failure to renew the term of its director. A special commission in May approved Dariusz Stola for another five-year term, but Culture Minister Piotr Glinski hasn't yet officially reappointed him. Glinski said recently he was still weighing the decision, because Stola had allegedly refused to make the museum available for a conference that was to be dedicated to the late twin of ruling conservative party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski. The Museum of the History of Polish...

Taste of the Tour: Garlic soup in Toulouse-Lautrec country

Jul 17, 2019

ALBI, France — Terrible timing: Wout van Aert, the Belgian winner of Monday's stage at the Tour de France, just missed the garlic harvest in Lautrec, and he was a few weeks too early for next month's garlic festival. Stage 10 through the golden corn fields of south-central France to Albi brought the Tour within a quick pedal of the garlic-producing village that gave local artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, born in Albi in 1864, part of his surname. Lautrec's pink garlic is famously pungent; it has a Red Label used in France to designate foodstuffs of superior quality. As with...

The Latest: Schumer wants federal probe into power outage

Jul 17, 2019

NEW YORK — The Latest on a power outage in New York City (all times local): 11:55 a.m. U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for a federal probe into a blackout that left thousands of people in Manhattan without power for several hours. The New York Democrat says the Department of Energy's Office of Electricity should investigate the work being done by Con Edison to maintain and upgrade the city's power grid after the power failure on Saturday night in some of the busiest parts of Manhattan. Schumer says the federal agency should consider the New York City blackout a...

California exhibit paints Ed Hardy as artist, tattoo pioneer

Jul 17, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO — When people hear the name Ed Hardy, they likely think of the flashy, tiger- and skull-emblazoned clothing that rocketed to popularity in the 2000s, appearing on the likes of Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and cast members from the reality TV show "Jersey Shore." Others recognize Hardy as a trailblazing tattooer whose unique designs were licensed for use on apparel and merchandise, and whose legacy transcends the brand's current notoriety. But few know him as a prolific fine artist. "The clothing was one little blip on his whole career, which was staggering," said Mary Joy Scott, a tattoo...

As Barry approaches, New Orleans residents debate evacuation

Jul 17, 2019

NEW ORLEANS — Go or stay? It is a question people in and around New Orleans ask themselves every time a threatening storm lurks in the Gulf: a major hurricane like Katrina, which devastated the area in 2005 when levees failed, and now Tropical Storm Barry, which forecasters said was unlikely to become a ferocious hurricane but could still bring historic levels of rain and devastating floods. The dilemma is one that confronts people anywhere, but New Orleans has a unique set of circumstances: It's particularly susceptible to hurricanes and flooding and, as underscored by Katrina 14 years ago, many...

Traveller SEA (South-East Asia) is for wanderlust looking for an adventure in the South-East Asia region and the rest of the world.

Contact us: sales@tvlseacom.com