|Local Name:||Amway India|
|Launch:||5 May 1998|
|Est. # IBOs:||>10,00,000|
|Est. Sales:||IND Rs. 2288cr (2012)|
Amway India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Amway Corporation, was established in August 1995 after approval by India's Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB). Amway India commenced commercial operations on May 5, 1998  and is now the largest Direct Selling FMCG Company. The Company is headquartered at the National Capital Region of India - New Delhi.
Amway has invested in excess of US $ 35 million (Rs. 151 crore) in India of this; US $ 6 million (Rs. 26 crore) is in the form of direct foreign investment. Amway India has 400 full time employees and has generated indirect employment for 1,650 persons at all the contract manufacturer locations.
Amway India provides free and unlimited training to all its distributors to help them grow their business. Amway India conducted over 34,000 training sessions during in the past 12-months with an attendance of over 1.5 million Amway Business Owners and prospects.
Amway India is a member of the Indian Direct Selling Association (IDSA). The IDSA is an industry regulatory body, with several reputed international and Indian Direct Selling companies as members. A Mumbai-based consumer rights activist, Asha Kidnani, is IDSA’s Ombudsman & Code Administrator. Amway India is also a member of the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce (FICCI).
- 1 Sales Data
- 2 Qualifiers
- 2.1 Crown
- 2.2 Founders Double Diamond
- 2.3 Double Diamond
- 2.4 Founders Executive Diamond
- 2.5 Executive Diamond
- 2.6 Founders Diamond
- 2.7 Diamond
- 2.8 Products
- 2.9 Awards & Recognition
- 2.10 Philanthropy
- 2.11 Amagram
- 2.12 MultiMedia
- 2.13 Related Links
- 2.14 References
|Year||Wholesale Sales (INR)|
|1999||99 Cr |
|2000||248 Cr |
|2001||553 Cr |
|2002||626 Cr |
|2003||579 Cr |
|2004||636 Cr |
|2005||633 Cr |
|2006||768 Cr |
|2007||799 Cr |
|2008||1128 Cr |
|2009||1407 Cr |
|2010||1791 Cr |
|2011||2130 Cr |
|2012||2288 Cr |
A non-exhaustive list of known Diamonds and above.
(TOTAL FEDC: 4)
- Davinder Jeet Kaur & M. P. Singh - 2010 BWW
- Jim & Nancy Dornan Network TwentyOne
- P Periaswamy & Kaviya - 2012 BWW
- Birdie & Dexter Yager - 2011 BWW
(TOTAL EDC: 13)
- Amit & Arti Sondhi - 2013 Network TwentyOne
- Bhupinder Jeet Singh & Harpreet Kaur - 2009 BWW
- Dharmender & Meenakshi Rana - 2017 BWW
- Ghosh Sujata & Subhasis - 2011 BWW
- Kiriti & Saswati Dasgupta - 2017 BWW
- M, Sundaravadivel & S, Renuga devi - 2010 BWW
- Pravin & Menaxi Patelia - 2017 BWW
- Priyamwad & Sunita Kumari - 2017 BWW
- Rajvir & Kusum Singh - 2008 BWW
- Raja Naren & Anjali Tirumala - 2013 BWW
- Rashmi & Sushil Pachnanda Network TwentyOne
- Sumeet & Tanya Bahadur - 2012 BWW
- Sanjay & Saroj Shelar - 2013 BWW
(TOTAL FD: 18)
- Anil & Bindu Narang - 2010 BWW
- Ankur & Taru Gupta - 2011 BWW
- Anurag & Nidhi Aggarwal - 2009 BWW
- Ajitpal Singh & Randhir Kaur Mangat - 2010 BWW
- Archana & Dr. Lakshmi Kanta Ghosh - 2013 BWW
- Atul & Anjali Sondhi - 2009 Network TwentyOne
- Kanti & Hemi Gala - 2010 BWW
- Jnana Ranjan Pradhan & Manaswini Nayak - 2017 BWW
- Kalaivani G & Ganesh Kumar - 2012 BWW
- Prem & Geeta Pillay - 2008 Network TwentyOne
- Prasanta & Gita Bhhattacharya - 2017 BWW
- Rajkumar & Seeta More - 2012 BWW
- Rakhal & Mita Mohanty - 2013 BWW
- Ritu & Ashutosh Rastogi BWW
- Sanchita & Abhijit Chakrabarty BWW
- Sneh Lata & Rajesh Kumar Rathore - 2010 Network TwentyOne
- Staffan Ohlson - 2010 Network TwentyOne
- Suryakumari & Varaprasad Pillarisetti - 2004 BWW
(TOTAL Diamond: 110)
- Alok & Bhavna Uppadhyay - 2016 BWW
- A Chandra Sekharan & C Krishnaveni - 2009 BWW
- A Vijaya & S Alagesan- 2008 BWW
- Amarpreet & Sheena Chawla - 2009 BWW
- Aniruddha & Mahua Ghosh - 2016 BWW
- Antony Varghese C & Nirmala Mar
- Vasantha & Anand Bhargava - 2012 Network TwentyOne
- Anil & Sandhya Shetty - 2012 BWW
- Anuj & Pratima Payal Singh - 2009 BWW
- Arun & Pragna Pathak - 2007 BWW
- Ashish & Isha Bakshi - 2012 BWW
- Ashish & Prabha Garg - 2010 BWW
- Ashok & Sreeti Reddy - 2004 BWW
- Bhabeshwor & Indira Khundrakpam - 2010 BWW
- Bimal & Vinita Jain - 2009 BWW
- Bipinchandra Patel - 2017 BWW
- C.Nagaveni & T Chandrasekaran - 2009 BWW
- Dayanand & Ratna Eerthaneni - 2013 BWW
- Deepa Sujatha G & R Gabriel Rajkumar - 2012 BWW
- Deepak & Kusum Rawat - 2010 BWW
- Dinesh & Deepika Shringarpure - 2009 Network TwentyOne
- Dr. Ashis Kumar & Chandana Sarkar - 2012 BWW
- Dr. Bhagabat Behera & Sanjukta Barik- 2013 BWW
- Dr. Jayashree Rath - 2012 BWW
- Dr. O. Ramesh Singh & Anita Devi Oinam - 2009 BWW
- Dr T Rajendrakumar & Dr R Kannaki - 2009 BWW
- Dr. S Sathia Raghavan & Suguna G S - 2012 BWW
- Dr S S Manjunath & Dr V K Geeth BWW
- Dushyant Kumar & Sudha Chaudhary - 2009 BWW
- E Usharani & P Elango - 2011 BWW
- G Jayaprakash & Nirmala - 2009 BWW
- Girish & Priti Sambyal - 2011 BWW
- Gojendro Singh & Surbala Devi Mayanglambam - 2011 BWW
- Harish Kumar & Hema Nagar - 2008 BWW
- Jagjit Singh & Surinder Kaur Malhotra BWW
- Jagtar Singh & Davinder Kaur Pannu-2010 BWW
- Jeevan & Dr. Madhubala BWW
- Jyothi Bakshi & Gursharann Siingh BWW
- Kaushik & Subha Datta - 2011 BWW
- Kamalpreet Kaur & Bhupender Singh - 2017 BWW
- K.Sreenivasan & S.Jayanthi - 2009 BWW
- Khushrow & Mahrukh Patel - 2012 BWW
- Kiran & Sneh Desai - 2012 BWW
- Kuldip Singh & Satwinder Kaur Saini - 2009 BWW
- Kumar Shiva Ramakrishnan & Anjali Kumar BWW
- Leena Chauhan & Kamal Kant Singh - 2009 BWW
- Nethaji L V & Sripriya N - 2012 BWW
- M.Kannan & M. Nirmaladevi - 2010 BWW
- M Manickavasagam & Neela M - 2008 BWW
- Mandeep Singh Sekhon & Kirandeep Kaur - 2010 BWW
- Manish Kumar & Dimple Khaptawala - 2010 BWW
- Manik & Gopa Sarkar - 2017 BWW
- Manjeet Kaur & Amarjit Singh Khurana - 2011 BWW
- Madhvi & Shekhar Choudhary BWW
- Mohan & Meena Deshmukh - 2009 BWW
- Mukesh & Kokila Patel - 2004 BWW
- Naresh & Neelam Bhardwaj BWW
- Nandlal & Sneha Bhagat - 2010 BWW
- Neelam & Jai Singh Chauhan - 2009
- Neila & Sameer Kakodkar BWW
- Nitish Dixit BWW
- Neyaz Ahmad & Rubina Tasneem - 2013 BWW
- P.Jayalakshmi Ananthakumar - 2009 BWW
- P.Malar & D.S.P.Selvam - 2010 BWW
- Pankaj & Amita Titoria - 2011 BWW
- Parimala & Hari Kumar - 2007 BWW
- Partha Pratim & Debika Dutta - 2012 BWW
- Partho & Nandini Bose - 2009 BWW
- Pritpal Singh Sandhu & Amandeep Kaur - 2012 BWW
- R.P & Chandra Singh - 2010 BWW
- R Dhanalakshmi & A Ravikumar - 2011 BWW
- R. Joseph Wilson & J Little Flower - 2011 BWW
- Rajesh Kumar & Natasha - 2017 BWW
- Pawan kumar & Ranjana Maheshwari - 2010 BWW
- Rajpal Singh & Navjot Kaur Bawa - 2007 BWW
- Rajan & Prabha Warrier - 2007
- Ram Rakesh & Priyanka Sharma - 2009
- Ramesh Rayaprolu & Vishnu Vara Lakshmi - 2011 BWW
- Ranbir & Aman Singh- 2017 BWW
- Ranjeet Kumar & Sulochana Kumari- 2017 BWW
- Rajnesh & Shakuntla Verma - 2012
- Rashid Ahmed Fani & Parveen Akhter - 2010 BWW
- Ravi Prakash & Manjusha- 2004 BWW
- Ravi Swaminathan & Dr. Priya - 2010 BWW
- Ravi & Ranju Boparai BWW
- Rina & Debapi Roy - 2005 BWW
- S Amul Raj & A Reena - 2009 BWW
- S.Rajagopalan & R.Srividhya - 2010 BWW
- Satinder Pal Singh & Parminder Kaur Taggar - 2008 BWW
- Sangeeta & Vinay Kumar Singh - 2014 BWW
- Sandeep & Shailja Mittal - 2008 Network TwentyOne
- Shalini & Jitendra Pratap Singh - 2009 BWW
- Santanu & Barnali Dutta - 2017 BWW
- Shama & Mahesh Patil - 2011 BWW
- Smita & Jayesh Varma - 2011 BWW
- Srinivasan & Vimala Srinivasan - 2013 BWW
- Sukhdeep Kaur & Jagjit Singh Gill - 2011 BWW
- Sunil & Anuradha Chinchwade - 2009 BWW
- Sunny Sarabjeet Sehgal BWW
- Surjit & Surinder Waraich BWW
- Surjit Singh & Harwinder Kaur Gulati - 2007 BWW
- Suvra Dutta - 2012 BWW
- S Obaiah, S Vijayalakshmi - 2013 BWW
- T. Rajasekaran & R. Chandramathi - 2009 BWW
- Usha & Dinesh Chandra Kandwal - 2012 BWW
- V Elangovan & E Ushanandhini - 2010 BWW
- Vinita & Narendra Pratap Singh - 2008 BWW
- Viren & Pratibha Yadav - 2010 BWW
- Vijay Prakash & Madhvi Gupta BWW
- Vivek & Amrita Goyel - 2017 BWW
Awards & Recognition
- Presented the Millenium Outstanding Service Award 2000, by the All India Confederation for the Blind (AICB), in recognition for work carried out for the visually challenged.
- The Indian Red Cross Society, Orissa awarded the Amway Opportunity Foundation (AOF) a memento & certificate for conducting a mega-Blood Donation camp of 816 units on 4th May, 2003.
- The Surat Raktdaan Kendra recongnized Amway India at their annual function on 5th Oct, 2003, for the largest number of donors at a Blood Donation Camp (BDC) held by any financial and commercial institution and industry. The Mayor of Surat - Snehlata Chouhan - presented a trophy and a certificate of appreciation.
- Amway received the Hajee Sulaiman Omar Memorial Ever Rolling Shield, by the Madurai Medical College. Amway was the ONLY corporate entity to conduct a BDC on such a scale - rest of the camps are held by educational institutions.
- Presented an award by the World Blind Union (WBU), 'for sterling contribution to improve and elevate the quality of life of visually impaired children', at a function in Delhi on Dec 2nd 2004. The award included a citation and a large-sized statue of Saraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge, was presented by the Lt Governor of Delhi, Shri Vijai Kapoor. WBU is an apex body for the visually impaired that enjoys consultative status with the United Nations.
- The Central Red Cross Bank, Cuttack awarded Amway Opportunity Foundation with a trophy and Certificate for contributing the highest number 400 units to their Blood Bank.
MOBILE DENTAL CLINIC
Amway donated a state-of-the-art mobile dental clinic to the Rotary Club, Delhi Mid-town, for the use in slum areas in 1996. Operated by the Rotary Club, this clinic offers free dental check up and care six days a week, 52 weeks a year, to the underprivileged in and around Delhi.
ENDOWMENT TO THE FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
Amway made a significant endowment to the Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi University, in 1998. This led to the creation of the Amway Chair on Entrepreneurial Development at the FMS. This endowment had been made with the intention of encouraging entrepreneurial study.
The Amway Opportunity Foundation (AOF) started working with the Blind in 1998, when it entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Delhi-based All India Confederation for the Blind (AICB). According to this MoU, AICB was to first ascertain the requirement of Braille textbooks for blind children studying in Rajasthan, and then print and distribute these Braille textbooks. This MoU which was to serve as the blue print for all subsequent work undertaken by AOF.
AICB has a Braille printing press at their premises at Rohini, a suburb of Delhi. According to the AICB, a Braille book costs seven to ten times more than a normal book. Apparently, there are 16 Braille printing press in India, about half of which are not in proper working condition.
More importantly of the 2 million blind children in India, only between six and eight per cent have access to Braille textbooks. This was the single-most important factor in deciding the direction of social responsibility undertaken by AOF: while prevention and cure for blindness is an integral part of the country's development plans, education for the blind, unfortunately, has taken back seat.
After Rajasthan, the AOF-AICB combine turned its sights on Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and now, Bihar.
In September 2000, AOF entered into another strategic partnership with the National Association for the Blind, India (NAB), a mumbai-based NGO. Both AICB and NAB are NGOs of national eminence. With the NAB, AOF has been able to ensure that blind children in Maharashtra and Gujarat have access to Braille textbooks. While AICB is to look after states in the north and the east, NAB is to concentrate on the west and the south. If all the Braille pages printed by AOF, are joined, end-to-end, we reckon that a distance of close to 2,000 kms can be covered!
AOF plans to re-visit each state once in three years. Why? Because a Braille textbook has a three-year life span, after which it becomes unusable. Once a cycle is established, this will be maintained on a regular basis.
WHITE CANE DAY AND LOUIS BRAILLE DAY
Since 1998, AOF has also been active in some other activities for the blind. AOF has, along with AICB, celebrated White Cane Day (October 15th) and Louis Braille day (January 4th).
On White Cane Day, AOF supports AICB distribute white canes to blind children.
On Louis Braille Day - held annually to commemorate the birthday of Louis Braille, the inventor of the Braille system - AOF supports AICB in conducting a unique event: the National Braille reading contest. Here, preliminary rounds are held on a regional basis. The winners from all different states are then brought to Delhi where the nationals are held.
AOF AND CHILD RELIEF AND YOU (CRY)
The January 26th killer-quake that rocked Gujarat in 2001 devastated almost the entire state. Tens of thousand lost their lives, uncounted others lost their homes. A whole slew of aid-agencies rushed into the beleaguered state, offering first aid, medicine, food, blankets etc.
After sifting through a host of possible partners through whom Amway could channel its relief money, AOF proposed that CRY as a preferred partner. CRY is another well-known NGO that has an impeccable track record. As in most emergencies, it is the children who are often the worst affected, AOF took a conscious decision to channelise Rs. 35 lacs that Amway distributors, employees and Awmay as a company, had collected.
An AOF representative traveled some 800 kms in the worst affected areas of Anjar (Bhuj) and Dhrol (Jamnagar) in areas where not even one building remained unaffected. With the funds Amway had sent them, CRY runs activity centres for children in the following villages in these two areas -
- Rambav Rapar
- Kuda Jampar Rapar
- Kakavav Bhachau
- Nilper Bhachau
- Meghpar Bhachau
- Saran Vandh Rapar
- Trambau Rapar
- Vanoi Rapar
- Suvai Rapar
- Gauripar Rapar
- Naranpar Rapa
AOF has, in the past three years, held two painting contests for children of the Amway family. These contests take place in some 20 cities, where children of distributors, employees and other service partners participate.
With the venue and all other infrastructure taken care of, the children have a field day giving wing to their imagination. All entries (four thousand plus) are sent to Delhi, where a rigorous selection system involving well-known painters and others, is followed.
The first ten paintings then serve as impressions for Seasons Greetings, Congratulations and Thank You cards, which are then sold by Amway distributors. The proceeds of these cards form the bulk of AOFs annual budget. Thus, the Amway distributor is intricately linked to AOFs work, and hence has a significant share in Amway's social responsibility.
Qualified Platinums and above from Amway India were invited on an expenses-paid trip to Beijing, China in 2007. Here is the video promoting the trip.
Qualified Platinums and above from Amway India were invited on an expenses-paid Mediterranean Cruise in 2006. Qualified Diamonds and above were also invited to visit Nutrilite's farms in California and also Sydney, Australia. Here is a video promoting the trips.
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- The Hindu - Amway India aims at revenues of Rs 738 crore
- Amway India achieves Rd. 800 crore in fiscal year
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