QNET is gaining wide recognition for its proactive take on developing women entrepreneurs. The Asian direct selling company was recently featured in an article by Gulf News 24/7 for its commendable efforts in bringing business opportunities to women who are learning to harness their natural abilities and talents to become truly empowered business leaders in their field. This recognition of QNET’s unique opportunities for women comes just in time for International Women’s Day.
You may recognize QNET for the nutrition, weight management, personal care, home goods and clothing accessories it offers via its direct selling program. It is the main subsidiary of the QI parent group of companies and has grown to an international market, although its presence is most frequently recognized in Asia. QNET operates on a multi-level marketing model, which allows its product representatives to sell directly to customers and earn compensation based on their sales and ability to recruit new product representatives. It officially was recognized on the Philippine Stock Exchange in 1998.
In the years since QNET was founded, it has gained an impressive number of celebrity endorsements, most recently including Martina Hingis, recognized as the former world’s number one tennis player. She now serves as a brand ambassador for QNET in India. In addition to gaining wide recognition as a successful direct selling company, QNET has been awarded for its commitment to corporate social responsibility. For five consecutive years, QNET was the recipient of the Caring Company recognition by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service.
While QNET is involved in a variety of initiatives that advance corporate social responsibility, it also sees itself as a vehicle to allow individuals to achieve their highest potentials and maximize their quality of life. The business opportunities QNET offers to individuals willing to make an investment in improving their quality of life by embracing an entrepreneurial spirit.