Our current society is changing rapidly. Hundreds of thousands of permanent jobs will be in jeopardy in the next 10 years. Everything is becoming automated and robotized. Just look at the developments in home care. Or in line management, which is already being discarded by companies. A new economic world is emerging at an accelerated pace, where jobs are declining and people realize that they can and should generate income from their own network using their own energy and resources.
New economic models are rapidly gaining ground globally
At Beyuna we endorse the power of new economic networks, in which profit distributions are fairer and more evenly distributed than current traditional profit distributions in companies. Otherwise, why should we buy a large number of products from companies if we are not rewarded for these buying habits as a loyal customer?
At Beyuna, the revenue and profits are distributed to the actual distributors rather than to a limited number of shareholders as in traditional companies. It goes to those who have the most right to it.
It is clear that we must organize income and economic growth differently in the future. Where we focus on the power provided by networks for the uncertain financial situation of consumers. An own business based on a social enterprise mindset that guarantees a healthy financial future.
Consumers want to determine their own financial future
This is our answer to ensure a proper balance between income and well-being. Just like in the 60's and 70’s, new generations want to achieve something through their own resources. They don’t want to be caught up in a process where other people determine their future. Right now, they are the ones who are searching for their own autonomy. They realize that if you have your finances organized, then you are actually autonomous in everything. Freedom and independence in your day-to-day activities.
That's what Beyuna is aspiring to with its network of distributors. Focused on the belief that the consumer aspires to more financial autonomy.
Lucas IJsbrandy, CEO Beyuna