Krishna Kumar (middle), Nicholas Goh, Arti Asawa and Johnson Kurioske (far left), an official of QNET in Ghana, present ebooks to some female students at Nima
Krishna Kumar, Director of Business Development of Qi Group, a multinational conglomerate with regional offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, among others, recently travelled to Accra to train a network of Independent Representatives (IRs) in Ghana.
Mr Kumar was accompanied by Nicholas Goh, Chief Operating Officer of Quest International University Perak (QIUP) and Arti Asawa, QNet’s Business Development Executive.
According to Mr Kumar, QNET, one of Asia’s leading direct selling companies, offers meaningful products in diverse markets.
“We provide borderless opportunities through our e-Commerce platform to more than 5 million distributors and customers around the world with product sales in more than 100 countries.”
He stated that QNET’s grassroots business model enables ordinary people from all walks of life to start their own businesses with minimal overhead.
“Our focus is on enabling people to get solutions that power entrepreneurship and enhance urban lifestyles.
“The company offers a portfolio of high-quality, life-enhancing products that have been developed exclusively for QNET by international manufacturers. These products range from everyday consumables to high-end luxury items.”
Established in 1998 and registered in Hong Kong, QNET has more than 50 stockists and international product suppliers from France, Germany, Australia, Turkey, Korea, Switzerland and many other countries.
Its innovative and exclusive products include watches and jewellery.
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