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					Timing for Our
NIKKEN Opportunity
               Introduction


  Timing:
•the most influential aspect of starting a business
•yet one you have the least control over


  When the timing is right:
 •You maximize potential
 •And minimize risk!
              Introduction

Product/Opportunity Growth Curve
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              Introduction

“Make no mistake, there is a crisis (health &
wealth), a trend of epidemic proportions
going on in the rest of America. Right now,
NWM is the only force I see on the horizon
that has the potential to make this kind of
huge change.”
 Paul Zane Pilzer, Economist




                     NWM = Network Marketing
                             Industry Review
Percent of Sales by Major Product Groups
2006 (latest numbers) US Retail Sales                                        $32.18 Billion


           Clothing & Accessories/personal care
                                                                     33.7%
           (cosmetics, jewelry, skin care, etc.)
           Home/family care/home durables
           (cleaning products, cookware, cutlery, 26.7%
                                                                                     Nikken positioned in
           etc.)
                                                                                     Product Groups
           Wellness                                                                  equaling 47%
                                                                     20.3%
           (weight loss products, vitamins, etc.)                                    of Sales
           Services/other                                            15.1%

           Leisure/educational
                                                                     4.2%
           (books, videos, toys, etc.)


 Source for the above numbers: Growth & Outlook Survey Report: U.S. Direct Selling in 2006 and other sources.
 This information is pulled from the DSA Website.
                           Industry Review

       Our primary segments, wellness and
       home & family care/home durables,
       make up 47% of the $32.18 billion
       in sales.




        Good News for
        Nikken Consultants!
Source for the above numbers: Growth & Outlook Survey Report: U.S. Direct Selling in 2006 and other sources.
This information is pulled from the DSA Website.
 Now let’s look at how these
 products are being sold.
                                                                 Location of Sales (reported as a percent of
                                                                 sales dollars)




Source for the above numbers: Growth & Outlook Survey Report: U.S. Direct Selling in 2006 and other sources.
This information is pulled from the DSA Website.
     67.1 % of sales were Individual/person-to-
     person versus 28.9 % in a party plan/group
     situation.
  Sales Strategy
  (method used to generate sales,
  reported as a percent of sales dollars)




Source for the above numbers: Growth & Outlook Survey Report: U.S. Direct Selling in 2006 and other sources.
This information is pulled from the DSA Website.
Nikken’s

•Product categories
•Emphasis on face to face selling
•Backed up by an internet presence

Places our opportunity squarely in the middle
of the successful business methods utilized
in the direct selling industry.
            Comparison with Retail Growth Rate
            (vertical axis = annual percent change)




   When economy is in transition NWM does well

Source for the above numbers: Growth & Outlook Survey Report: U.S. Direct Selling in 2006 and other sources.
This information is pulled from the DSA Website.
Estimated 2006 U.S. Direct Sales:   $32.18 Billion
Estimated 2006 U.S. Salespeople   15.2 Million
Age (from 2002 National Sales Force Survey)
                                    Media
                                                June/July 2008




The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said
“Millions of Americans are embracing
entrepreneurship by running their own
small businesses, through independent
contracting or direct selling.”

(Source: report titled Work, Entrepreneurship
and opportunity in 21st Century America)
A recent Gallup Poll finding that
61 percent of Americans now
say that they prefer to be
their own bosses.
According to Fresno California based
research firm Decipher, 72 percent of
all adult Americans would rather
work for themselves… and 67 percent
think about quitting their jobs
“regularly” or “constantly.”       An
increasing number are doing more
than thinking about it; they’re doing
it.
The creation of a new business “is
more wide spread than the creation
of a new household or the birth of a
baby,” reports the 2002 Panel Study
of Entrepreneurial Dynamics.
Carl Schramm, president of the
Kauffman Foundation says, speaking
about the 15 percent of the U.S.
population involved in running their
own         businesses;      “These
entrepreneurs, people now creating
half the new jobs in America, are
defining the new economy, not just
here but around the world. We could
call the current era the age of
entrepreneurial capitalism.”
As economist Paul Zane Pilzer puts it
in The Next Millionaires, “We’re in the
midst of a boom in home-based
businesses, and it shows no sign of
slowing.”


Here’s how Fortune magazine put it in
a recent cover story: “Forget the
paycheck; your W-2 days are over.
It’s a 1099 world now.”
                             Why
Why folks are saying that they want to start their own businesses:



     •More Security
     •More satisfying lifestyle
     •Greater financial opportunity
     •Opportunity to have greater impact
      Need for security
•73% of Americans believe their financial situation will worsen.
•47% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck.
•42% say $500 more per paycheck would allow them to live
comfortably.
•43% of households spend more than they earn.
•Nearly 42% do not have enough in liquid assets to support
themselves for three months.
Nikken’s 5 Pillars of Health
perfectly supports the reasons
why folks are looking to start
their own businesses
One of the biggest reasons says John
David Mann author of the Success
Magazine article quoted above, for
the self-owned business boom is that
people love the benefits of working
for themselves and enjoy the freedom
they gain from designing their own
prosperity.
In another issue of Success Magazine
Robert   Kiyosaki    says:  Increase
Wealth: Start a business.       With
companies downsizing, the falling
dollar and the higher cost of living,
many families are feeling the pinch
“The need to earn more money has
never been greater.” For many he
says “the No. 1 thing they can do to
increase their wealth is to start a
part-time business. They can start a
small home-based business, an
Internet   company      or   network
marketing business.”
“The richest people in the world
 build networks. Everyone else
  is trained to look for work”

         Robert Kiyosaki
     Author of #1 best seller
       Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Nikken is an opportunity whose time is come.
•We are positioned properly within the Direct Selling Industry.

•The public at large is looking to own their own businesses at numbers
never seen before.

•Major players in the business world are advocating for network
marketing as never before.

•The media is driving demand for our product and our opportunity.

•Economic conditions favor the need for an additional income.
Leadership at corporate favorable for business expansion and for
supporting the field as it grows.

Field leadership with the experience to support growth.

Leaders in the field now have made millions in this business and
are available to help you grow your business.
The Rest is up to you!

				
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