Webinar for direct selling companies

Making Online Reputation Your Company’s Next Advantage: 5 Dos and Don'ts for Direct Sales

In today’s digital world, reputation is all about ensuring your message is consistent and compliant; not only your corporate one but also millions of posts published by your distributors 24/7.
Our guest Katrina G. Eash from Winston & Strawn will join our marketing expert Raakkel Sims to discuss marketing & legal perspectives and main practices for direct selling companies to maintain and improve their online reputation.

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Making Online Reputation Your Company’s Next Advantage: 5 Dos and Don'ts for Direct Sales

Watch our free live webinar to discover:


Why your brand’s reputation should be your #1 priority


Elements of your online reputation and the correlation between them


3 Levels of your brand reputation


How distributors can affect your online standing


Dos and don'ts when amplifying your brand on social media

Meet the Speakers

Katrina G. Eash

@ Winston & Strawn

Katrina has considerable experience defending and advising direct-selling companies. She is often called in to advise such organizations on regulatory compliance, pyramid scheme allegations, and reputation issues and has handled all aspects of litigation in state and federal court.

Raakkel Sims

Head of Customer Success & Partnerships @ PromoRepublic

A customer success and business development leader with a proven track record in growth and a passion for customer experience and innovation across the world’s top direct selling companies. Raakkel constantly keeps a finger on the industry’s pulse and communicates with C-level executives.

We help direct selling companies amplify their brand on social

Don’t miss out:

5 Dos and don'ts for a meaningful social media presence

Bridging the gap between corporate and distributors’ responsibility

The secret button for strengthening online reputation right now

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