Shaklee’s supplement products took off and became super popular which led the company to start manufacturing and selling organic cleaning products in 1960.
When 1970’s rolled along, Shaklee became a publicly traded company and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
In the 1980’s, Shaklee headquarters was moved to downtown San Francisco
After a sour deal with Jacobs Group who tried to take over the company by buying a lot of shares, Shaklee eventually became a privately health company again.
In 2004, Shaklee was sold again to Roger Barnett who was a multi-millionaire.
Today, the company generates anywhere between $200 million to $800 million per year in revenue.
In it’s history, Shaklee has had it’s run with the FTC which all American big companies have, but it was cleared up.
Today, Shaklee is a profitable direct sales company with over 1 million distributors worldwide.
As of right now Roger Bernett serves as the CEO of the company.
Shaklee specializes mainly in the nutritional supplement market where it offers different vitamins, protein shakes, and meal replacements to help with a healthy lifestyle.
They do have many products in the beauty line as well which include lotions, natural makeup and anti-aging creams.
Last but not least, they have many products when it comes to cleaning and water filtration.
To be honest they have so many products to list, it’s better to shake out their website for more details.
Shaklee Compensation Plan
When it comes to the Shaklee compensation plan you are rewarded both for selling their products to retail customers and building a sales team.
Instead of me trying to explain the compensation plan, I found a video of a distributor who did a good job.
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