Network marketing firm garners multiple awards

posted August 17, 2019 at 07:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Business
A Filipino company that markets food supplements such as grape juice, coffee with glutathione and barley powder has garnered multiple awards during the Asian Networkers Convention & Expo in Pasig City.

IAM Worldwide Corp., a company established in 2016 by veteran network marketing professionals Allen Marvin Yu Eder and Aika Lorraine Uy, received the Best New Company Award 2019 during the Ance awards nights.  It also won the  Ance Vision Excellence Award during the same event.

The company is also considered one of the fastest-growing networker marketing groups around the globe.  

IAM Worldwide Corp.
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“What IAM Worldwide Corp., offers are a diverse and comprehensive range of marketing solutions, specialty products and services aimed to drive individuals and families to financial excellence. We commit to provide high-quality products as zealous as protecting our reputation. We value trustworthiness by choosing to do what is right even when no one is watching,” says Eder.

The company’s founders have more than 20 years of combined expertise in the relationship marketing industry.

“By living for others, we help move them to improved lives whatever the situation and no matter the circumstance,” says Uy.

IAM Worldwide offers products like Amazing Grape Juice with Garcinia Cambogia which is one of the hottest weight loss products today. The herbal supplement is making waves in the diet industry, thanks to an endorsement from several nutrition experts. The supplement is described as “a revolutionary fat buster” and “a breakthrough in natural weight loss”.

Garcinia cambogia is the small, sour fruit of a tropical tree that is native to Indonesia. The fruit is cultivated for culinary purposes in Asia, India and Africa. Ayurvedic medicine uses the extract for various treatments including weight loss, stomach ulcers and digestive problems.

Another product is the Amazing Pure Organic Barley Powdered Drink. Barley has been used for centuries in the treatment of skin, liver, blood and GI disorders. Gladiators ate barley for strength and stamina.

Health benefits of barley grass include relief from ulcerative colitis, prevention and treatment of cancer, strengthening of the immune system, cleansing and detoxification of the body, protection from radiation and cellular damage, ability to fight addiction and regenerate damaged cells and tissues. 

It maintains healthy skin, helps achieve acid-alkali balance, contributes to the bone metabolism, promotes agility and exerts rejuvenating effects on the entire body.

The company recently tapped actor Piolo Pascual as the brand ambassador of Herb-all Amazing Pure Organic Barley.

“What I love about the product is that it boosts my immune system. Barley grass supports in boosting the immune defense mechanism of the body. Regular consumption of barley grass provides the required nutrition which is necessary for balancing the optimal production of immune cells in the body. Effective and strong immune defense vigilantly fights infections and prevents the development of fatal diseases,” says Pascual.

“Plus it gives rejuvenating effects. Barley grass is a natural way to stimulate the regeneration of cells without any side effects,” says Pascual.

IAM Worldwide, which has headquarters in San Juan and branches across the country.  It also has branches in Kenya, Kuwait, Rwanda and Uganda. It will open a branch in the United Arab Emirates soon.

Topics: Asian Networkers Convention & Expo , IAM Worldwide Corp. , Best New Company Award 2019 , Ance Vision Excellence Award
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