World Ventures is a MLM avon compensation plan 2015 pdf founded back in 2005 within the travel industry niche. As of the last few years the travel niche within the MLM industry seems to have become somewhat saturated with new startups.
World Ventures is particularly notable in this respect as the company has now been around for six years, long before the trend towards travel companies occurred. For this reason a review of Travel Ventures is particularly interesting. A review of World Ventures is going, provides us with a snapshot into the potential future of some of the newer travel niche MLM startups of late. So, did being one of the first companies to combine travel and MLM pay off for World Ventures? As a company, World Ventures purchases vacation trips in bulk at a discount and then makes them available to their members. LTC consultant to earn greater commissions on the travel packages sold via their provided travel portal website. None of these services are provided by World Ventures themselves, it’s all outsourced to third party travel vendor Rovia.
The relationship between Rovia and World Ventures Like nearly all travel niche MLM companies, World Ventures themselves do not directly provide the travel services they make available to their members. Instead, the travel side of World Ventures is handled by a third party company, Rovia. Rovia is a reportedly twenty five year old company who, as far as I can see don’t have any other affiliation with World Ventures beyond providing World Ventures and its members with access to their travel portal backend. Note that this is an exclusive relationship though. Rovia’s membership products, perhaps there is then a relationship at a management level between the two companies. Footnote: I was unable to find any but from a business position the relationship makes sense.
Otherwise why would a third party with no vested interest in World Ventures opt to limit their market share to one company exclusively? The World Ventures Compensation Plan World Ventures offers its members access to a binary compensation plan which, as far I can see is quite solid. World Ventures members have access to direct commissions, residual income and various bonuses and travel and training incentives as their success with World Ventures grows. I’ve previously undertaken a full indepth review of the World Ventures compensation plan, so I won’t go into too much more detail here. Being a one time purchase this means you’re out there trying to recruit sell new prospects to the membership programs.
Active Representative’ level in the compensation plan which simply provides you with direct commissions. Hardly income replacing and nowhere near high enough to solely generate a full time income off of. The World Ventures Income Disclosure One thing a lot of companies don’t provide the general public with is an income disclosure. Cutting through hype and marketing spiel, an income disclosure provides a quick snapshot of how a particular business is faring or has fared over a period of time. World Ventures thankfully do provide an income disclosure spanning the fiscal years 2006 to 2009. The single most important fact to take away from World Ventures’ income disclosure is the fact that 73.
World Ventures’ Representatives did not earn a commission during their time in the business. 684 a year in commissions sound to you? Well, if you join World Ventures you’ve got a 99. The complete income disclosure statement is available directly from World Ventures. Conclusion For me, the income disclosure statement for World Ventures pretty much says it all. Rovia is a reflection of this. Whilst it’s true that World Ventures don’t directly financially compensation you for bringing others to the business itself, you still have to bring others to the Rovia business to get anywhere in the compensation plan.
And this, despite being a third party recruitment is still recruitment dependent MLM. If we accept that, then it’s easy to dissect the compensation plan as being reliant on World Ventures’ members to have to go out and recruit new prospects to Rovia’s own membership programs. A failure to recruit people is what I’d put down the atrocious 99. Moreso I suspect they are included to satisfy legal requirements rather than to offer any real incentive to World Ventures’ Representatives. The second major problem I see with World Ventures is that, whilst discounts are claimed to be made available via the travel packages offered by Rovia, one would need to carefully weigh up whether the monthly fees payable justify the savings made on the initial discounts offered. 88 and an LTC package is 224.
There’s no point saving hundreds of dollars in travel bookings if you’re just going to lose it in membership fees. This is obviously going to vary from representative to representative based on their individual travel service needs, but I believe is the strongest factor that needs to be taken into a World Ventures membership consideration. Do I have what it takes to beat a 99. Will I save more in travel costs than you’ll pay World Ventures and Rovia in monthly membership fees? The answers to both questions should be more than enough to guage whether the World Ventures opportunity is for you.
You pay nothing ever again, and you get to enjoy cheap vacations with your friends for the rest of your life. Honestly, you don’t see the problem here? Nov 18th, 2011 at 4:53 pm K. It’s all your downlines that lose. As long as you have THAT mentality, i. May 2nd, 2012 at 6:22 am B.
World Ventures right now, it is not accurate. The structure has changed, the products have changed, and contrary to what K. Chang says in the comments, it is not a pyramid scheme or shady anything. The downline doesn’t lose as they offer an amazing product for an amazing price. Refering 4 friends is easy because the product and company are that good. The company offers phenomenal support and work is done as a team effort. There really is nothing to lose by joining World Ventures and everything to gain.
May 2nd, 2012 at 7:48 am K. Heard it all before from TVI Express folks. What makes World Ventures DIFFERENT from the scam, such as TVI Express? Apart for the superficial stuff, like NOT based in India? At the end of the day World Venutures’ products are still just membership which itself is not a viable product.