Those who think that a business can’t care are certainly wrong when it comes to QNet. Run by Vijay Eswaran and Joseph Bismark, QNet proves that you can be ethical and spiritual when it comes to the art of business. This is partially due to the fact that Vijay and Joseph practice Ghandian principles.
QNet, a part of the Qi Group, was formed in 1998. Based in Hong Kong, they now have offices all over the world. QNet specialize in wellness products. QNet provides opportunities for people to sell their products and create their dream lives. They use a multi level marketing model and have helped people reach success, which has helped bring the company even more success. Currently, QNet is considered to be one of the most popular product companies in Asia.
They’ve won numerous awards for best practices and customer service, as well as employee service awards. Their aim is to help everyone find their “why.” They believe in living in the “now” as well. These beliefs are translated into their useful products and excellent customer relations. In fact, QNet is a part of various ethical organizations, including the Business Ethics Institute of Malaysia. This certainly goes to show that they’re both productive and ethical.
Their products are quite popular and cater to nutritional and wellness needs. as well as a plethora of diverse needs. Some of the products even come in the form of fun vacation packages! One product, FibreFit, uses natural ingredients that energize and rejuvenate the body for better health. In addition to this, QNet is involved in the Swiss eLearning Institute, an organization that aims to help busy people receive higher education. Other products include collectibles and home care. They work with top experts in each industry to bring their customers the best of all worlds. Check out QNet’s profile on YouTube.
The company has continued to grow. In fact, their sales increased around 70 percent between the years 2007 to 2012. Recently, they announced that they would be opening yet another office in Russia. They’re currently moving some of their manufacturing power to India.