The homeland of the Vikings and a country rich in history, Norway ranked first on the 2017 World Happiness Report and also ranks first on the OECD Better Life Index.
It seems life is good in Norway for the majority of people.
MLM, network marketing, and direct sales are popular in Norway, but there are also many who assume they are all pyramid schemes. This comes from so many actual pyramid schemes that operated their crooked ways in the country that many Nordic citizens are skeptical.
But as time moves forward, they are slowly recognizing there are good and bad.
Today, I am going to share the top 10 MLM companies in Norway. All of these companies have good reputations and continue to grow in this beautiful Scandinavian country.
Starting with #10, these are the top 10 MLM companies in Norway. You can find links to the company websites in the reference section at the end of this post.
Here is a cool Norway video:
#10: Young Living
Young Living has a huge presence all throughout Europe and Norway is no exception.
This MLM company that offers a range of cosmetics, creams and other personal care products has been growing steadily all over the world.
What makes their quick climb so surprising is the fact that this MLM company based in Florida just opened its doors in 2009.
Jeunesse was founded by Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis. Together they have built a magnificent MLM company.
#8: Nu Skin
Nu Skin has been popular in Norway for several years. This company is headquartered in Provo, Utah and was founded back in 1984.
Nu Skin has various products in personal care and dietary supplements.
It is no surprise… Avon is also loved in Norway. And since the headquarters to Avon were moved to London, Avon has an explosion of growth in the Scandinavian country.
Avon started in 1886 and offers many personal care, beauty and household products via direct sales.
For those of you in Norway, Avon is a great choice for a home based business.
Tupperware is based in Massachusetts and founded by Earl Tupper in 1948.
The Tupperware storage containers are quite popular in Norway and many people have chosen a home based Tupperware business.
#5: Mary Kay
Mary Kay was started by none other than Mary Kay Ash in 1963. She envisioned empowering women all over the globe and her vision is a reality in Norway.
You will find many women selling and using the Mary Kay cosmetics. The company is based in Addison, Texas.
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Mark Hughes founded Herbalife as a weight loss and dietary supplement MLM company back in 1980.
The company has grown substantially all around the world. There are many Herbalife representatives in Norway.
The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.
#3: Nature’s Sunshine
While this may surprise some, Nature’s Sunshine products are hugely popular in Norway.
The company was founded in 1972 and markets and sells dietary supplements using a multilevel marketing format.
Nature’s Sunshine is headquartered in Lehi, Utah and offers their goods worldwide.
One of the biggest MLM companies in the world, Amway has a strong presence in Norway. The company sells nearly anything in the lines of vitamins and minerals, energy drinks, water conditioners and much more.
Amway was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Ada, Michigan.
This cosmetics company comes in at #1 and it is really no surprise. Oriflame has a strong Scandinavian presence because the company is headquartered in Sweden.
Oriflame was founded in 1967 and it will be difficult for any other company to knock them out of first place in Norway.
Well there you have my opinion of the top 10 MLM companies in Norway.
If your opinion differs from mine, feel free to share in the comments section.
Thank you for visiting and have a great day.
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About The Author
Greg Boudonck is a full-time freelance writer and book author. You have probably read many of his articles either ghostwritten or in his name. You can find his books on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and more. Be sure and visit Greg’s website which is LancerLife.com.