Direct selling grows in popularity in Ireland

April saw the demise of the Avon lady in Ireland, but new figures suggest that direct selling here is on the up, driven by younger sellers.

3rd August, 2013

April saw the demise of the Avon lady in Ireland, but new figures suggest that direct selling here is on the up, driven by younger sellers.

Earlier this year, cosmetics company Avon pulled out of the Irish market, leaving those who sold its products here out of work. But new figures released by the Direct Selling Association of Ireland (DSAI) show direct selling - an alternative channel of retail distribution where individuals work for themselves...

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