This is one of the easiest questions to answer, as you can tackle it from several angles:
“Since we sell consumable products, there will always be repeat sales to ensure we do not have market saturation. Makes sense, doesn’t it?”
“Our company develops new products every year.”
“Every year in our country, there are xxx who reach an age to enter the job market (check the statistic in your country), so saturation is not possible.”
The figures below chart population growth from 1750 to the year 2000. It is interesting to note that in 1810, the world’s population was only 1 billion. By 1930, it had grown to 2 billion, by 1960 to 3 billion and in the year 2000, it stood at over 6 billion!
1810 to 1930 = 120 years = 1 billion to 2 billion = 1 billion increase.
1930 to 1960 = 30 years = 2 billion to 3 billion = 1 billion increase.
1960 to 2000 = 40 years = 3 billion to 6 billion = 3 billion increase.
2000 to 2011 = 11 years = 6 billion to 7 billion = 1 billion increase.
We can see that the population is growing at a faster rate than ever before and it is estimated that by the year 2020, the world’s population will be 8 billion people. China alone is growing at the rate of 60,000 each day, for a net gain of about 16 million people per year, so I don’t think saturation is a problem for us, do you?
“If you are worried about saturation, I have got good news for you. MLM is a business with no boundaries and our company is now opened in over xxx countries and our international sponsoring program is such, that you can now do business in all these countries. We will be expanding every year into new markets, so eventually the whole world of six billion people is your market. Watch out when we open up in China and India. These two big markets should interest you, don’t you agree?” They account for 35% of the world’s population.