How Vijay Eswaran Sees Multilevel Marketing And Helping Others Through It

Vijay Eswaran has been a major multilevel marketing executive for about 20 years and one belief he’s held to throughout his entire career is that he needs to work selflessly and help others succeed in order to succeed himself. It’s one reason he founded his company QI Group Ltd. and its main sales company QNET. The company generates most of its sales through e-commerce, but all products are sold through independent business owners who build their own customer relationships, and can even encourage those customers to sell QNET products. Thousands of people over the years have come to benefit from Eswaran’s company, and he also uses his business platform as a chance to show people how his spiritual beliefs also guide his selflessness and promote tranquility in the workplace.

Vijay Eswaran comes from an Indian-Malaysian family and his father served Malaysia’s Ministry of Labor while his mother taught at a local school in Kuala Lumpur. Eswaran earned acceptance to the London School of Economics and graduated with a degree in socioeconomics. For several years he took up work in cab driving, construction, grape vineyard harvesting and marketing consulting until he was introduced to multilevel marketing based businesses and realized it might be the catalyst to help Asia’s economies. His friend Joseph Bismark had the same idea and together they began QI Group Ltd. in Hong Kong. In spite of hardships set before them, they were able to grow the company into locations all around the world and turn it into a billion-dollar company. Along with QNET, QI Group also is the parent to QI Asset Management, QI Lifestyle, Quex Courier and QI University which is currently undergoing a transformation into QI City.

Vijay Eswaran also has given back to the Asian community through RYTHM Foundation, a humanitarian and environmental support organization whose acronym means “raise yourself to help mankind.” He has been mentioned in Forbes Asia several times including in their 2011 “Heroes of Philanthropy” section and in the 2013 Top 50 Richest list. In 2012 he was given the New Global Indian award and in 2015 he was an honorary speaker at the World Economic Forum in Davos. He is also a bestselling author of “In The Sphere Of Silence” and “18 Stepping Stones.”

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