QNET Brings Clean Water to a School in India
QNET is a direct sales company based in Hong Kong. They have just announced a Corporate Social Responsibility initiative to provide clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene facilities to the Government Primary School in Sriram Nagar. That’s in Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana, a state in southern India. They will help make sure the school gets a water storage facility in association with the Hyderabad Lions Club. That will serve the 800 students who attend the school.
This project goes along with the Indian government’s Vidyalaya campaign to raise public awareness of the health benefits of practicing good hygiene. QNET has worked with the Lions Club before. Late last year, together the two groups donated a kidney dialysis machine to a hospital in Bangalore India. They plan to continue to work with credible Non-Government Organizations such as the Lions Club to carry their CSR programs to benefit society and the environment.
The parent of QNET is the Qi Group of Companies. They are a member of the United Nations Global Compact Network. That is the largest social initiative for sustainability supported by corporations. Around the world they have helped impoverished people. In the Home of Hope, an institution in Bangalore India, they have supported a drive to give checkups to the residents. For two months, over 200 poor people consumed Nutriplus, a protein powder from QNET India. QNET India belongs to the Health Food and Dietary Supplements Association in India.
The selfless service of Mahatma Gandhi continues to inspire QNET and its employees. That led them to organize the RYTHM (Raise Yourself to Help Mankind) and InService.
When Vijay Edwaran and Joseph Bismark founded QNET in 1998, it sold only gold, numismatic coins and luxury products. It was the official distributor for commemorative coins of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
QNET now has representatives in many countries around the world, especially Asia, and website customers from a 100 different countries. It works by direct sales and network marketing. Its representatives are independent small business owners who can choose how long and hard they wish to work.
QNET now sells a broad range of products. They still have watches and other luxury items, and also products that support health, personal care and beauty.