Why Investors should Look for Businesses with Diverse Revenue Streams [Sponsored]

Why Investors should Look for Businesses with Diverse Revenue Streams [Sponsored]

“Diversify. In stocks and bonds, as in much else, there is safety in numbers.”- Sir John Templeton

Diversifying investment portfolios has long been taught as a way to mitigate risk and protect against volatility. What is often overlooked is that diversification within a company can be just as important, and is a notable consideration when deciding what may constitute a “safer” investment.


When a company has a diverse range of revenue streams, it not only has the ability to protect cash flow during tough times, but can create opportunities to enter new markets or expand market share.

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  • Amazon (AMZN) – Started in 1995 strictly selling books and generating only $511,000 in revenue. We are now living in a “Prime” world as net revenue reached $136 billion in 2016 through sales in retail, web services, hardware, memberships, and IP.1
  • kathy ireland® Worldwide or kiWW® – According to Forbes, Ireland launched her line of socks in 1993 and has since lent her name, taste, and marketing prowess to over 17,000 products producing over $2.5 billion in revenue in 2015.2

The company is working to grow a portfolio of multi-dimensional, IP-protected lifestyle brands. The company currently operates four distinct businesses which sell a wide array of licensed consumer products in art, beauty, fashion, marketing, entertainment, and health & wellness.


  • I’M1 – Millennial lifestyle brand for men. Co-founded by Kathy Ireland and Tommy Meharey – a marine, model, millennial, and father.
  • Beauty & Pin-Ups- Professional hair care company which began sales exclusively in the salon category. Celebrated by Cosmopolitan® magazine for impacting the beauty industry with supermodel Katie Meade – the first woman with Down Syndrome to redefine the meaning of beauty, in the fashion and beauty industries.
  • EE1 – Brand management services company that produces and markets recording, film, live events, etc. Co-founded by Kathy Ireland and Nic Mendoza – Vice President of kathy ireland® Worldwide.
  • kathy ireland® Health & Wellness – Targets both baby boomers and millennials. Believe that licensed products and services under this brand can benefit from a wide distribution path of grocery, drug, wholesale, direct response, and online sales.

Their success will depend on their ability to establish strategic licensing deals and execute successful brand acquisitions, but it’s off to a promising start. As with all investment opportunities, it’s important to exercise due diligence.


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