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Amway Global (formerly known as Quixtar North America) is a multi-level marketing (MLM) or network marketing company, founded 1959 in Ada, Michigan, United States. It is privately owned by the families of Rich DeVos and Jay Van Andel through Alticor which is the holding company for businesses including Amway, Amway Global, Fulton Innovation, Amway Hotel Corporation, Gurwitch Products, Hatters Yachts and manufacturing and logistics company Access Business Group.[1] After the launch of Amway Global originally operating under the name Quixtar, it replaced the Amway business in United States, Canada and the Caribbean, with the Amway business continuing to operate in other countries around the world. Company officials confirmed in June 2007 that, over the subsequent 18 to 24 months, Quixtar will merge with its sister companies of Amway organizations around the globe to form under one new name Amway Global.[2][dated info]

Amway Global is also a member of the Direct Selling Association[3] and the Better Business Bureau.[4]

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