QNet, arguably one of the world’ largest and widest-reaching direct selling companies, has recently announced plans to construct and operate a production facility specializing in producing various consumer goods and electronics in India. The production facility is not only predicted to help out nearby inhabitants of India in finding jobs, as it will also help spark the local economy around the plant. Virtually any other businesses who interact with India’s branch of QNet will experience cheaper prices because of the economic stimulation caused by the construction of the production facility, along with any businesses who are in close proximity of the production plant.
QNet’s direct selling business model is very different from other business models that are frequently compared to direct selling, such as pyramid marketing schemes and multi level marketing ploys. Direct selling is different in the way that direct selling is one hundred percent ethical, legal, and morally sound, while multi-level marketing and pyramid marketing schemes are not. Direct selling is commonly misconstrued as multi-leve marketing or pyramid schemes, but that is simply not true. QNet’s direct selling business model is pure genius, and has proved to work excellently for the company.
QNet currently operates in excess of one hundred countries, spread all throughout the world. QNet’s business model allows independent representatives to work virtually from wherever they want. Nobody that works for QNet is required to work in a specific area – people could work on the sidewalk of a different city every day, if they wanted to. QNet has also caught on to many good ideas by paying attention to suggestions that individuals or employees may have, and may take them into production. A strategy as flexible as QNet’s makes it difficult to fail as a business.
QNet offers a variety of products for sale, including nutritional supplements, accessories, weight loss products, and home care products. QNet’s wide ranging portfolio allows them to capitalize on opportunities in many different markets. After all, diversification is a key to success in the financial world.
Mr. Dave Osh, the current Chief Executive Officer of QNet, has helped lead QNet to such resounding success in the direct selling industry. Direct selling companies must offer incentives and motivate their independent representatives to sell more products, or else they might not experience success. Fortunately, the independent contractors of QNet are able to advertise and market their product(s) however they see fit, whether it be social media, or knocking door-to-door to sell products. QNet, along with Mr. Dave Osh at its helm, has stayed afloat and performed as one of the best direct selling companies in the world. QNet’s first largest spurt of growth came around 2003, and just look at where the company is now.