The multinational company that is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, has just completed a tour of “Absolute Life Expos” across the African continent.
Organized every year with the aim of bringing the company closer to its customers and familiarizing them with its products and services, the “Expo” was placed this year under the banner of “Absolute Life”, a concept dear to QNET. Indeed, this concept invites everyone to lead a balanced life, which includes a more positive and proactive approach to health and well-being that QNET advocates. QNET offers solutions to help to live this concept through its line of products.
More than 500,000 people had the opportunity to see, touch, test QNET’s high quality products in Ghana, Togo, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Burkina Faso, and Cameroon.
Commenting on the 2018 “Expo”, Biram Fall, QNET’s Sub-Saharan Africa Director, said: “From online education solutions such as qLearn to vacation packages such as Q-Break or even energy products such as Bio Disc 3 and dietary supplements such as EDGE, QNET has thought of everything to enable you to live the “Absolute Life” concept that guides our research. For us, finding an alternative that allows us to live a healthy life despite the attacks and challenges of our environment – pollution, the fragility of our immune system, unemployment, is our major preoccupation.”
A dozen product display stands, tastings organized on site, demonstrations on the use of products and their benefits allowed participants to enter the world of QNET. More innovations will delight Independent Representatives and visitors of the QNET Expo in 2019.
QNET, one of Asia’s leading direct selling companies, offering a wide range of health, wellness and lifestyle products that enable people to live better lives, won the CSR eCommerce Company of the Year at the GHACEA which was organised by the Centre for CSR, West Africa in collaboration with government agencies and reputable business associations. QNET’s business model has helped empower millions of entrepreneurs in more than 100 countries around the world.
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