QNET’s operations manager and independent representatives participated in providing financial relief to thousands of earthquake victims in Nepal and food to residents of villages in West Africa during the months of June and July of 2015. In April 2015, Nepal endured a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that affected nearly 8,000 victims. Funds were desperately needed to help Nepal recover and rebuild from such disaster. QNET’s operations manager in Hong Kong, Stephen So, reached out to Nepal Consulate and provided financial funding in June 2015. With the help of QNET and other Nepal organizations, more than $5 million was received to help Nepal rebuild and provide assistance to the victims.
Timothy Harney, the senior legal officer of QNET visited Mali in July to offer opportunities and speak about its products and services. He spoke before a group of hundreds of people, including government officials, independent representatives, and journalists. An entire day was devoted to mentoring and motivational speaking of the opportunities of becoming an independent rep for the direct marketing company.
Amadou Thiam, QNET’s consultant DMC Africa and spokesperson, met with Mr. Harney during his visit to Mali. He is the first independent representative in Mali and helped Mr. Bakary Kante, Director of U.N. Environmental Law and Conventions and other reps in distributing QNET’s products to residents of a village in Mali. The month of July 2015 was celebrated in West Africa to observe Ramadan. QNET donated food to the disabled, children, women, and seniors in various villages in Mali, Niger, and Ivory Coast.
QNET is an international direct marketing company that was founded in 1998 by Chairman, Vijay Eswaran in Hong Kong. The company markets its products and services online and direct sells from independent representatives worldwide. Mr. Eswaran is the key motivational speaker for the representatives who markets home & personal care, weight management, energy, and other products and services. Currently, QNET has offices and franchises in Taiwan, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Turkey, Indonesia, Philippines, and other Asian countries. Independent representatives are now recruited in Mali, Niger, Ivory Coast and other neighbouring regions in West Africa.