As the executive chair of the QI Group, Vijay Eswaran heads a multinational conglomerate consisting of its flagship direct selling business, QNET, plus hospitality, education, property development and logistics subsidiaries as well.
Since Eswaran’s corporate philosophy is Raise Yourself To Help Mankind, or RYTHMT, the QI Group promotes entrepreneurship through QNET’s opportunities for independent representatives and higher education via Quest International University Perak in Malaysia.
Vijay Eswaran’s business model of equipping others for success and financial self-sufficiency has not only turned the QI Group into a multimillion dollar conglomerate that is one of the top 40 direct selling companies worldwide, it earned Eswaran the Global Organisation for People of Indian Origin’s International Leader in Global Business Strategies award. Read more: Vijay Eswaran in Forbes Philanthropy Heroes list
Eswaran runs an environmentally friendly company with saving energy and recycling policies for every office. QI’s Tower in Malaysia is a green building and the company’s Prana Resort in Koh Samui is powered by solar energy. Eswaran sees the QI Group’s university becoming a green campus utilizing solar power and electric-powered vehicles as well.
An esteemed speaker, Eswaran has spoken at the World Economic Forum several times, at the World Chinese Economic Forum, the MIND Excellence National Indian Youth Convention and at many other events worldwide.
When Cameron Quin interviewed Eswaran on entrepreneurship, Eswaran said he is a disruptive leader who challenges the status quo. His tip for budding entrepreneurs is to never think like an employee because a business owner should love their company and what they do, therefore, it does not feel like work.
In addition, Vijay Eswaran says that anyone can learn the technical skills needed to become an entrepreneur, however, devotion, drive and determination are intrinsic values that all business owners need to possess to succeed.
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