Qnet is Bringing More Health-Based Product Manufacturing to India

Qnet, a product manufacturer and multi-level marketer, is planning to move the majority of its manufacturing to India over the next couple of years, consolidating much of its production which is currently spread across Asia. Founded by Vijay Eswaran, a proven motivational speaker, Qnet was originally based in Hong Kong.

With products across multiple categories, including personal care, home goods, and weight management, they rely on a direct selling model to drive business. They focus on day-to-day style goods, ranging from cosmetics to jewelry, to connect with customers on their basic needs. Using e-commerce to drive business further, they work with their independent representatives to market their exclusive products.

Knowing their success is in the hands of so many, Qnet has worked to market the direct selling model as a profession one can take on, and has created various policies to help ensure that all representatives act in a manner that is supported by the company. Not based out of retail store environments, independent representatives have to go make active connections with potential customers, essentially becoming the faces of the organization. Qnet does not limit their potential, allowing them to get as much financial reward out of the relationship as they are able to produce. They also offer incentives, or special reward opportunities, to their most productive representatives, encouraging further growth and assisting in maintaining their engagement.

Qnet currently has a presence in over 100 countries, including some in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Focusing on healthy living products, the company currently oversees 30 brands of products, including the wellness and energy product brand, Amezcua. One of the most popular products, the Bio Disc, is part of the Amezcua line.

To enhance their focus on health and wellness, Qnet also formed strategic partnerships. Working with the Manchester City Football Club, they look at giving back to local communities, encouraging healthy and active lifestyles. Additionally, they sponsored the women’s professional tennis tournament, the Qnet Open, that was played in India in 2014.