QNET markets a vast array of health and wellness products. Co-founders Malaysian-born businessman Vijay Eswaran and Filipino native Joseph Bismark incorporated QNET in 1998 as a component of their parent franchise QI Group. The pair launched QNET initially in Hong Kong and it grew into a massive global phenomenon. The company takes an aggressive direct selling approach to business. QNET sells fashion accessories, energy solutions, luxury goods, weight management products, home care supplies, nutritional supplements and more. They market all the products directly through their official website.
With a community of independent representatives promoting QNET products online for compensation, the brand has attracted global attention. They earn a commission for each sale or referral recorded using a dedicated TV (Tracking center) resource. The company’s key principal Vijay Eswaran educate communities about QNET products focusing on wellness and health benefits. He’s a high-profile entrepreneur and philanthropist with a detailed history helping young, hopeful professionals. GoldQuest was the company’s first incorporation. It specialized in creating numismatic coins. Later, QNET ventured into vacations and travel as a QVI Club partner in 2002. It sold branded holidays to vacationers wanting the best adventures.
Today, QNET operates in an international capacity serving divisions in the Philippines, Nepal, Turkey, Taiwan, Egypt, India, Sri Lanka and more. QNET’s parent company QI Group bought QI Comm, a privately operating British-based telecommunications franchise in 2005. About a year later it added nutritional supplements, energy, luxury watches by Bernhard H. Mayer and others to its marketing portfolio. Following this shift and expansion, QNET ventured into the hotel business after buying the famous Koh Samui-based villa Prana-Resorts-and-Spa. It offered vegetarian holiday packages that promised that memorable escape in Thailand.
All of QNET products are ideally promoted as better health and organic lifestyle solutions. DTE (Down-To-Earth) is another company QI Group acquired in 2007 to support QNET effort. The Hawaii-based business is a health-food chain which supplied organic vegetarian products. By 2012, QI Group reported massive sale increases since they expanded the QNET side of things promoting quality health goods. The MLM (Multilevel marketing) initiative has helped QNET and other QI Group subsidiaries to generate millions in profit.
The company’s energy product the Amezcua BioDisc has been attracting a throng of fans too. It’s believed to maximize energy levels of the body in those who consume the water. QNET announced that they’ll migrate their manufacturing aspects of the business to India. With this initiative, it intends to reform a strategy to cut manufacturing investment. They shared news about launching a Russian base outfit too. With regular training and product knowledge updates, QNET IRs keep current with what’s happening in the market. As their network grow, so does their earnings presuming it meets all the quality standards.