US-Based Company To Operate In Ghana

max pix 2Max International, a United States (US) based company, has launched its business in Accra, in an effort to make available its products, and services to promote healthy living standards among Ghanaians.

The US based company offers a wide range of exclusive products for wellness, supplement for weight loss and skin care, and creates opportunities for people to enjoy lifetime profitable businesses.

Mr. Joe Voytickyj, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Max International said the introduction of the company’s business in Ghana was also to offer life transforming business opportunities to the people of Ghana especially the youth.

“After more than 30 years of scientific research, the company had the responsibility of making its products available to improve the quality of lives of people in all parts of the world including Africa,” he said.

He said Max International was also prepared to provide training and support on its products to Ghanaians interested in working with them.

He said the company had created many sales and educational materials customarily designed for associates at all levels of experience to champion the company’s dreams across the globe.

“At Max International, people can make more than money we provide three primary benefits thus a chance to improve health, enhance your wealth and achieve more through personal development,” he stated.

According to Mr. Voytickyj, the company was not in Ghana to exploit people, or make some money and leave, but to grow with Ghanaians and help people live their dreams.

Some of the company’s product include Max One, Max N Fuze, Cellgevity, MaxGXL among others, which have the potency of improving mental clarity and focus, removing harmful toxics in the body, strengthening the immune system, providing critical antioxidants to protect the cells, and help the body function at optimal levels by providing essential vitamins and minerals.

Participants at the launch were drawn from Ghana, US, Canada, Benin, Burkina Faso, Togo, Cameroon and Nigeria participated in the official launch with each country hoisting its national flag.

By Linda Aryeetey   

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