Mannatech expands into Asia with Singapore operations

By Simon Pitman

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Mannatech expands into Asia with Singapore operations
Skin care and nutritional supplements provider Mannatech has opened a new associate business centre in Singapore as part of plants to expands its Australasian business division into the city state.

The company, which produces and markets weight loss supplements based on Real Food Technology and skin care products based on botanical ingredients, says the new associate business centre will be formally open on September 27th​.

Executives at Mannatech say the opening of the facility marks the company’s continued expansion into the Australian market and drills down on considerable growth opportunities in the Singapore market.

Targeting high growth potential in Singapore

“We’re excited about this new opening in Singapore and we are fully committed to supporting this market,”​ said Mannatech president, Al Bala.

“This new business center is a symbol of that commitment, and what we hope will be a stepping stone to even higher levels of success.”

The Mannatech Business Centre has been designed to facilitate and support Mannatech Associate activities including meetings and training sessions and is located at 360 Orchard, right in the heart of the city state’s commercial and retail district.

Continued investment in global expansion

This opening follows up on the recent establishment of two new training centers in Korea in March 2014, and further demonstrates the company’s intention to expand its global business.

Besides its domestic US business, the company also has operations in Mexico, Canada, South Africa, United Kingdom Austria, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Estonia, Finland, the Republic of Ireland and Czech Republic.

In the Australasia region the company has operations in Australia, New Zealand and now Singapore, whereas in the rest of the Asia Pacific region it also does business in Taiwan, Japan, Korea and Hong Kong.

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