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Flabia Fresh organises seminar

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 09, 2017 11:44 pm
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Kohima, Sep 9 (EMN): Flabia Fresh, one of the fastest growing health care direct selling companies in India, observed its 2nd annual success seminar for Nagaland and Manipur states today at St. Paul School, Phesama.
The company, which deals in aloevera products, started its journey in 2014 by a renowned Ayurvedic doctor Dr. SP Goswain, who is also an industrialist. And ever since, it embarked on the mission to establish its network marketing in India. Within four years, the company has been able to spread its wings to almost all the states across the country.
Flabia Fresh is a leading manufacturer, service provider, distributor and supplier of Aloevera cap, noni caps, flax seed soft gel from Kolkata. Its headquarters is located at Dumdum, Kolkata.
The company was introduced in Nagaland in 2015, while the first success seminar was held on September 10, 2016, at Kisama Heritage. Till last year, it was informed that there were only 400 members. However, within a span of one year, the company now have over 1800 members in the State.
During the programme, the success stories of many achievers were also announced, while many were felicitated for their achievements.
Among the many achievers, the success story of B Flory is laudable as she earned the title as the first lady of Triple Crown Director of Flabia Fresh Company. She was felicitated today by Gautam Ghosh, Sales and Marketing president of Flabia Fresh, Kolkata.
It was also learned that many Nagas, both men and women, are involved in the said business and have been able to make their livelihood.
Speaking at the programme, Gautam Ghosh, appreciated the founders for their continuous endeavour to discover the Flabian heights. Though just three years, he expressed his happiness that the company is growing stronger day by day.
On the day, he thanked the Flabians for being with the company even in difficult period.
Stating that the company had faced some stock problems due to the shifting of plant and machinery to a new set up and also due to the heavy flood in North Bengal and Assam, Ghosh, however, said that the company trying to excel its performance in order to deliver to the needs of the distributors.
Old Crown directors Dilip Chakraborty and Jyotirmoy Das as well as Saikat Chaki, product chairman, and Sumon Ghosh, Upline director for Nagaland and Manipur, also spoke on the occasion.

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 09, 2017 11:44:17 pm