In many poor communities throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa, people depend on the Q1 Group for products and employment opportunities.
Since its founding by Vijay Eswaran in 1998, the Q1 Group has provided many people struggling with poverty access to jobs and affordable high-quality products. This has improved their quality of life and created thousands of employment opportunities in the region.
But the Q1 Group is much more than just an employer and the provider of in-demand products, the company is also involved in a wide range of philanthropic activities. Through their charitable arm, the RYTHM Foundation, the Q1 Group donates to local organizations, groups and individuals. Eswaran’s Vijayaratnam Foundation, which was named after his father, provides mentoring and charitable donations to people and groups throughout the areas in which he does business.
The QI Group was formed as a result of Eswaran’s interest in multi-level marketing. He first became aware of the industry during his time working and going to school in London and the United States.
He received professional certification in the field from a U.K. company called CIBA. While pursuing his MBA at Southern Illinois University he also got experience in multi-level marketing by working part-time with the U.S. company Synaptics. When Eswaran returned to his native Malaysia in 1998 he accepted an offer to start a MLM company in the Philippines. That company evolved into the Q1 Group. Learn more about more Vijay Eswaran: https://hk.linkedin.com/in/eswaranvijay
The company sells a wide range of products. They include travel, telecommunications, media, training, wellness, nutrition, corporate investments and luxury products. The company started small, but they have found a large, lucrative market for the products and services they offer.
Today they boast a headquarters in Hong Kong and regional offices in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. According to QBuzz, Vijay Eswaran’s visionary leadership, powerful motivational presentations and effective marketing strategy has lead to the Q1 Group having customers and staff in more than 20 countries.
The Malaysian businessman currently the Q1 Groups Executive Chairman and one of Asia’s 50 richest men. He was also named a Hero of Philanthropy in Asia and has been given numerous other awards and accolades.