Transparency: The strength of QNET-India

QNET is commemorating its 21st year in the direct selling business. This is a proud moment for those who are a part of QNET. It is the time to cheer up for all the IRs, customers, and employees of QNET. Hong-Kong-based direct selling company QNET is elaborating its business worldwide. It has over 25 offices in the world. It operates through its sub-franchisee Vihaan Direct Selling (India) Pvt Ltd in India. Vihaan deals in home-care products, self-care products, luxury watches, nutrition products, and holiday packages. It was possible only because of the hard work and dedication of the IRs and employees of QNET. India is a country where people are not so convinced about direct selling business as it doesn’t match the traditional norms of business, and they have misconceptions about it. Establishing a successful business was a challenge for QNET. The credit of this success also goes to the transparency and performance of QNET in India. The company knows that transparency establishes trust, expands relationships, increases productivity and strengthens innovation.

Life Enhancement: In India, its focus is on the niche “Life Enhancement” which allows it to expand product offerings into health, education, weight-management, air purification, and water-filtration.

Vegetarian Products: India has the lowest per capita meat consumption in the world. It has more vegetarians than the rest of the world combined. QNET doesn’t allow any non-vegetarian ingredients in their consumable products, and they are against animal testing.

No Diabetes: According to the National Diabetes and Diabetic Retinopathy Survey, conducted by All India Institute of Medical Science’s Rajendra Prasad Center of Ophthalmological Sciences, the overall prevalence of diabetes in the country is 11.8%, with men and women equally affected. Twelve percent of men are diabetic, compared to 11.7% of women. Apart from lifestyle factors, obesity is one of the main causes of diabetes. QNET fights against the growing rate of obesity, diabetes, and other degenerated diseases by reducing sugar, artificial sweeteners or chemicals in their products.

Policies and Procedure: The company has simplified policies and procedures. It follows the guidelines issued by The Ministry of Consumer Affairs in India.

This also explains the product strategy of QNET. It markets products according to the need of the Indian population.

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