Qnet Builds The Future Through Commerce
Qnet is known for being one of the top selling companies based in Asia. They consider themselves vendors for life-enhancing products. The organization also offers support that aids entrepreneurship on a global scale. Their endeavors are based in the concept of RYTHM, or Raise Yourself to Help Mankind. The company’s proposed goal is to use their status as a leader in eCommerce to influence the development of sustainable professional marketing throughout the world.
They seek to do this through their core values: care, service and integrity. Qnet is also partnered with Taarana, RYTHM Foundation and the Vijayaratnam Foundation to push three important philosophical initiatives that enhance communities: aiding children with special needs and the development of communities, in addition to fostering communal well-being.
Taarana is a Malaysian school for children with special needs that was started by the Vijayaratnam Foundation. Taarana is a Sanskrit word meaning awakening. It is the only school of that type in existence in the country, and provides programs and facilities for children between three and fifteen that suffer from developmental delay disorders.
They signed a friendship agreement with Rashid Pediatrics Centre, based in Dubai, in 2013. This helped to create an exchange program that gave Rashid students the opportunity to visit Malaysia the following year. RYTHM Foundation supports the work of Narayanan Krishnan, whom was recognized as one of CNN’s top ten heroes in 2010 for offering food, care and shelter to the destitute and disenfranchised in the Madurai area of India. Click here to learn more about them.
Qnet helped in the construction of Akshaya Home, where the RYTHM Block building provides food for over 400 people daily. On the business end of things, the organization has formed direct selling partnerships with Manchester City Football Club and Virgin Racing. The racing team was renamed the Marussia F1 Team in 2012.
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