SeneGence does love to just give us percentages, instead of round numbers of distributors. And you know, it's really very easy to come up with numbers, given the total number of distributors, and the percentages they provide (2,000 is 1% of 200,000, after all).
So, here's our version of the 'American distributors map' (as of October 2017), with round numbers of distributors, instead of percentages.
The general New England region seems to be a bit more immune to SeneGence than other areas, which is intriguing. 🤔
Other numbers, for the record: Australia has just tipped over to 6,000 distributors.
What we would really love to know, however, is what's the churn rate? How many distributors are leaving, as well as the number who are joining, and totals? I doubt we will ever know.