- dōTERRA recently opened new corporate office and locally registered product in the Philippines
- The United States based company sells essential oils and other related products
- dōTERRA maintains the highest levels of quality, purity and sustainability in partnership with local growers around the world
World leader company in essential oils dōTERRA recently celebrated its global expansion with the grand opening of a new corporate office and locally registered product in the Philippines.
The office provides a convenient location where thousands of local Wellness Advocates, together with a growing customer base, can come to learn about and purchase dōTERRA’s pure, potent, and sustainable essential oils.
The company is based in Pleasant Grove, Utah, that sells essential oils and other related products and was founded in 2008.
Founding Executive Greg Cook said that this expansion in the country was an exciting opportunity for the multi-level marketing company.
“This is a great day for dōTERRA and the growing number of dōTERRA Wellness Advocates and customers whose demand for our products were critical in our expansion into the Philippines,” he said.
“We are excited about the potential of our Southeast Asia business, and the opportunity to share our pure essential oils with more consumers and increase awareness of our sustainable sourcing with another global community. Our presence in the Philippines further solidifies our position as the largest essential oil company in the world.”
“Opening an office and building a support team in the Philippines is a small, yet significant way for us to support our Filipino Wellness Advocates and customers, and demonstrate our commitment to building a successful business in the region,” said Johnathan Kunz, dōTERRA Vice President of Asia Pacific Markets.
“Serving the thousands of loyal dōTERRA customers just got easier, and we appreciate everyone that has had a hand in making this office possible.”
It was in 2018 when doTerra Essential Oils general manager to the Philippines Michael Carson said the company is eyeing essential oils from the country.The company is considering to source essential oils from the country. Among these are lemon grass commonly called tanglad and calamansi.
The company maintains the highest levels of quality, purity and sustainability in partnership with local growers around the world through Cō-Impact Sourcing.
In 2012,it established a non-profit organization called dōTERRA Healing Hands and later partnered with Foundation Choice Humanitarian .It offers resources and tools to global sourcing communities and charitable organizations for self-reliance, healthcare, education, sanitation, and the fight against human trafficking.
To learn more, visit www.dōTERRA.com/PH/en_P