Malaysians will be transformed by LifeWave’s wearable wellness Technology

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  • LifeWave enters Malaysia through its patented wearable wellness technology, aiming to bring innovative products and flexible business opportunities to over 1 billion households worldwide. As part of a business trip to Asia Pacific, LifeWave’s President of Global Sales and Marketing, Lori Burger, visited his Kuala Lumpur office for the first time since its opening.

He has held leadership positions in some of the world’s most successful direct selling companies, has consulted for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, and has multiple digital Lori’s unique experience leading his agency yields consistent results such as:

Expand your brand and…grow your sales. She has her Dr. Edward Choo, LifeWave Asia Pacific Regional Director, and KC How, LifeWave Malaysia Country Manager.

LifeWave entered the Asian market for the first time in 2008 with its headquarters in Taiwan. Offices will follow in Japan, the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand, with many more in the works. From 2021 to 2022, Malaysia ranks his fifth in LifeWave’s global sales. The Asian market will account for a significant portion of global direct sales turnover in 2021, with more than 69.6 million direct sales associates in Asia, a promising indicator of opportunities in the region.

LifeWave is currently promoting the X39 & X49 Performance Bundles on their website. In the meantime, if you are interested in signing up as a Business Opportunity Brand Partner, please contact LifeWave for more information.

LifeWave’s core product line includes patches for people of all health levels, complemented by the Alavida skin care collection. Since its launch in Malaysia, his best-selling X39 has received a warm response. X39 activates the body’s stem cells via a non-invasive, non-transdermal patch that uses a unique, patented phototherapy to increase levels of the peptide GHK-Cu. All LifeWave products are registered as Class A medical devices with the Ministry of Health Malaysia.

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