The Chief Executive Officer of Superlife – a network marketing company, Lai Tek Kean, has advised distributors and partners to prioritise people in the course of doing business to accelerate growth.
He made this statement on his third official visit to Ghana, where he met with distributors and partners in Accra to discuss matters of mutual advantage.
The event also sought to ascertain progress of the business and assess how well activities can be enhanced.
Addressing the gathering, Mr. Tek Kean applauded the team and charged them to be outstanding leaders who will constantly seek ways to serve people more effectively.
“Being human-centred as a business is crucial for growth. The most important thing is people. The reason we started Superlife was to change the lives of many people,” he said.
Launching new products
The company also took advantage of the time to launch its new product, Superlife double-root coffee.
Speaking about the product and its purpose, a member of the Superlife team, Owusu Yeboah, said the coffee will help treat and cure Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and also infertility in both men and women, which he described as a major challenge for many.
According to Owusu Yeboah, the product does not have any side-effects and will ensure sperm quality in men and regular menstrual cycles in women.
“This is a natural remedy and does not have any side-effects. I know that there are drugs that a lot of people have taken and they have caused damage, but this is good and does not have any side-effects,” he indicated.
Leadership also disclosed that it will soon launch its cosmetic products in Switzerland.
The gathering saw partners and workers from across the country’s various regions and representatives from Togo, Benin and Nigeria.
Superlife’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of communities by promoting scientifically-tested products while leveraging a digital platform that empowers members to attain sustainable wealth by promoting the products globally.
SuperLife distributes organic food products packed with nutrients and antioxidants, often widely categorised as super-foods. The company has in-house chemists and nutritionists to formulate their superfood products while working closely with established organisations such as Switzerland-based biotechnology ingredient player Mibelle Group.