Nu Skin's 'walk-in' shopping-style outlet in Japan
07 Sep '05
2 min read
Direct beauty care product seller Nu Skin Enterprises announced the opening of a new distributor walk-in center in Greater Nagoya that will support increased growth of the company's business in the region. Greater Nagoya is one of the largest economic districts in Japan and has a population of nearly 11 million people.
“With its prime location, innovative design, and interactive multi-use areas, the Nagoya walk-in center will provide a unique opportunity for consumers to learn about the company and experience our products,” stated President and CEO Truman Hunt.
“Operating as their first walk-in, shopping-style outlet and distributor business center in Japan, the Nagoya store will offer a full range of services to assist customers and distributors connect with company products and business opportunity.”
In addition to a retail shopping area comprised of Nu Skin personal care products, Pharmanex nutritional supplements and Big Planet technology solutions, the center houses a service counter and distributor meeting area. Additionally, the center provides a product experience area that features the Pharmanex BioPhotonic Scanner and an innovative skin analysis tool. A spacious entrance gallery uses videos and displays to preview the company's history, products and business opportunity.
The Nagoya center is the fourth walk-in facility establishedby the company in Japan since 1995. The company plans to refurbish existing locations within the next year as part of an ongoing effort to enhance the impact and environment of its walk-in centers.