Our Office Locations
World Headquarters: LONDON, UK
London is the capital and most populous city of England and the United Kingdom. At its centre stand Buckingham Palace, the London Bridge and the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower. London is a leading global city, with strengths in the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism, and transport all contributing to its worldwide prominence. London is the top financial center of the world, and is the most competitive place to do business, topping every category.
HomeRun International has based its World Headquarters in London, England as it is a major International Financial Center and Business Hub. London is the pick for the world’s largest companies to locate their Headquarters, and HomeRun International has followed suit. UK Government Regulations are strict with respect to fair and honest promotion of independent business opportunities, as well as there is Consumer Protection Legislation.
HRI’s World Headquarters are located at The Leadenhall Building, which is informally known as "The Cheesegrater" because of its distinctive wedge shape. It is near the other distinctive downtown landmark, The Gherkin. The building was extensively damaged by an IRA bomb in the early-1990s, and was re-built with a steel megaframe and is the world’s tallest structure of this kind. A slanting wedge-shaped design was used to allow better views of St. Paul's Cathedral.
New York, USA
Americas Head Office: NEW YORK, USA
The “Big Apple” or New York City or New York, is home to the Empire State Building, TimesSquare, Statue of Liberty and other iconic sites. New York City is a fast-paced, globallyinfluential center of art, culture, fashion and finance. With a population of around 9 million in a land area of just 305 square miles (790 km2), it is the most populous city inthe United States. New York is an important center for international diplomacy, and competeswith London for the top spot as the world’s leading financial center.
HomeRun International has based its Americas Head Office in New York to take advantage
ofits central location and international importance. The Network Marketing industry has
strongroots in USA, with Fuller Brush Company starting Direct Sales in 1906, and Amway
startingMulti-Level Marketing in 1959. USA has the highest network marketing sales in the
at31.6B. The USA has among the strongest consumer protection laws in the world.
HRI’s Americas Head Office, 40 Wall Street, was the tallest building in the world in 1930until the Chrysler Building (Chicago) ‘cheated’ by attaching a spire to its crown, and inany case 11 months later the Empire State Building became the world’s tallest. In 1982 thebuilding was purchased on behalf of Ferdinand E. Marcos, but on his removal from power inthe Philippines, the building went into limbo until it was bought by Donald Trump and renamed the Trump Building.
Hong Kong, China
Asia Head Office: HONG KONG, CHINA
Hong Kong, Asia’s World City, is one of the world's most densely populated metropolises,
with around 8 million people in a land area of 426 square miles (1104 km2). Hong Kong is
of the three most important financial centres alongside New York and London; in fact it
ranked first among 60 leading financial systems and capital markets in the world. The
territory is a centre of modern architecture, with more skyscrapers than any other city
the world. Hong Kong is known the "Pearl of the Orient", because of the impressive
night-view of the city's light decorations from the skyscrapers reflecting along both
of the Victoria Harbour.
HomeRun International has based its Asia Head Office in Hong Kong as it is central to many of the fastest growing Network Marketing countries in the world; Philippines 31.3%, India 22.6%, China 13.5%, Indonesia 11%, Malaysia 7% and Thailand 7%. Hong Kong has laws in place, including the Pyramid Schemes Prohibition Ordinance, to counter fraudulent sales tactics.
HRI’s Asia Head Office is located at The Center, which is near Central Station at the center of Hong Kong. It is one of the few skyscrapers in Hong Kong that is entirely steel-structured with no reinforced concrete core. The Center is notable for its arrangement of hundreds of neon lights arranged as bars in increasing frequency towards the top of the building, which slowly scroll through the colours of the spectrum at night.