First of all, before joining a multi-marketing level company or any other company for that matter, you need to ask yourself these questions. Does this company have products that I love and actually need? Are there products my friends, family and people around me might also like? Are there any additive social benefits in buying the products? What are the values of the company? How is the compensation plan?
These are some of the important questions that will determine whether GCoop is the right business for you. In short, a person must have the conviction believing in the products before one can sell it.
GCoop has over 150 products within 7 different brands. The products can be grouped into two major lines. One is dietary supplements (General Balance, CK Balance) and the other is functional cosmetics (CareCella, Ecoer Snow). The overall concept of the products are "ga-shim-bee" and "ga-sung-bee" (Shortened Korean words describing sentiment between the consumer price of goods vs. its social value or functional performance)
Ga-shim-bee is the ratio between the consumer price of the products vs. the additive "social" values that come from selling such products. For example, selling Handmade Sulfur Soap helps employ more people with mental disabilities and other socially disadvantaged groups who create those bars of soap.
Ga-sung-bee is the ratio between the consumer price of the products vs. its "performance" in relation to its other competitors.
In a world where consumers are becoming more aware of the products they use, it is important to know that GCoop products fit right into the trends of society's concerns:
Socially active and concerned with the community
Promote health and well-being by using all natural ingredients while avoiding chemically harmful ingredients
Sound corporate governance.
Having a wide diversity of high quality products is also indicative of a company who is dedicated to its consumer base and longevity of its business.
Second, it is important to take a closer look at the company if you are interested in becoming a GCooper. GCoop is the marketing and distribution company for General Bio Corporation - a cGMP/GMP manufacturing company for cosmetics, dietary supplements, and personal products. General Bio is a social enterprise and a certified B corporation. Over 60% of its employees are from socially disadvantaged groups and of those over half have mental disabilities. While maintaining high quality products, General Bio continues to bring new hope to those less fortunate groups.
General Bio provides around 50% of the goods sold in GCoop, the other 50% are provided by like minded companies whose products are rigorously tested on GCoop's standards and approved by a steering committee. Thus, GCoop stands for "global cooperative", a company helping other social enterprises and social groups bring their products to the world. GCoop is acknowledged by the Korean government not only as a registered multi-level marketing (MLM) company but as a tech venture company.
GCoop's core technology is its "One-Stop System" where this system provides stability in product pricing and a greater efficiency between manufacturing and sales divisions. This system started in April 2018 where the "One Server" technology combined all networkers around the world under one system - no other MLM company has this system in effect. GCoop officially became a part of General Bio on that day.
Third, you must understand that GCoop is a multi-level marketing company based on a hybrid binary compensation plan. Before we dive deeper into the compensation plan it is important to know that GCoop adheres to the 35% payout of profits to the networkers as regulated by the laws of Korea. Unfortunately other MLM companies find loopholes to charge special convention events and other expenses as part of the payout. However, GCoop gives nearly all of its 35% as cash payouts to GCoopers. (This one of the defining factors in comparison with most networking companies.) The rest of the profits are used for the maintenance of GCoop campuses and other administrative processes such as product registration for export to other countries.
Hybrid Binary Compensation
It is best to know that GCoopers only need to worry about 2 legs as a binary plan.
There are 5 major ways to get compensated:
Sales Bonus: Selling items directly to the public using member/wholesale price.
Team Bonus: Balancing 2 legs and receiving weekly payouts
Sponsor Bonus: 5% BV commission from people you directly enroll
Matching Bonus: Up to 30% in extra commission from your downline
Promotion Bonus: Level up bonus for GCoop business owners
In differentiating GCoop from other MLM companies, GCoop does not give out high rewards after the diamond level. Also you do not need maintain a level of sales to keep your level. It is best to learn the compensation plan at your local GCoop meetings or directly from your sponsor.
GCoop's products are second to none - Ga-sung-bee & Ga-shim-bee. Product sales in GCoop has increased tremendously every month and despite GCoop starting the One Stop System in April of 2018, the current monthly revenues in product sales in the U.S. have now surpassed the million dollar mark. GCoop is a social enterprise while GCoopers are molded into social innovators. No other multi-level company is poised "globally" for such an explosive growth at this stage. Plans to enter Vietnam, Japan, Canada and more are in the pipeline. The time to join GCoop is now. (Click below)
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