Yanbal International: Business for Social Impact
Yanbal uses the direct sales model in which its sales force sells products to the final consumers in order to make a profit. Yanbal has instituted a ladder of advancement for its sales force involving higher profits, better incentives and increasing benefits in exchange for loyalty in the company, incorporating more salespeople and increasing sales. While direct sales cosmetics companies have suffered from competition by storefronts and shopping malls in the United States, this model is still profitable and popular in Latin America.
This poster was presented at the Global Social Justice Summer Research Symposium on September 21, 2018. At the Symposium, research was presented by the Education & Social Justice Summer Research Fellows, the David F. Andretta Summer Research Fellow, a Raines Fellow, Fulbright fellows, and more.
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