The Impact of Qnet

The direct sells company, Qnet, which has been around for 16 years, this being a fairly new competitor, to a tough industry with other companies that have been around much longer then they have. Qnet was started by a group of eager young friends with a dream and the vision to promote a better life, dealing with both wellness and health. Today, the company offers a variety of products with this dream still in mind to help enrich the life’s of their clients. Qnet also has a tough testing process in the way of selecting a new product when adding it to their brand.  Their philosophy is to be strictly healthy vegetarian and if you are attending one of their company events, you can expect to be served a vegetarian meal. This is in an effort to help promote their wellness and healthy lifestyle, and if something is non-vegetarian or any of it’s ingredients, the Qnet will not sell it. These standards are very obvious to others and reflect their philosophy as a company. Through this, they had been able to help raise awareness for things such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, as well as other degenerative diseases across the world. Qnet also follows the philosophy of not only bettering the individual, but those around the client as well. They do this with taking in their success and then giving it back to the community. The thriving company, though it be a young company, has helped in serving both local communities and international societies by establishing and following through with the assistance of vital community programmes.

Alongside it’s other projects, Qnet has also and continues to make an effort with the CSR banner which is part of the We Care, which is a kidney dialysis unit in the Shirdi Sai Hospital in Devasandra, Bangalore. It could cost the patients a highly subsidized amount, when they are recommended to the program in the 100 bed hospital. The unit is headed by Richard Zinkiewicz, who happens to also be the chairman for Qnet and part of the lions club international foundation. QI Group of Companies, is the parent company to Qnet and is a proud member of the UNGC (United Nations Global Compact) Network, the largest corporate sustainable initiative company in the world.