When Vijay Eswaran founded QNET in 1998, his competitors in the commemorative coin market did not believe that QNET would succeed, since the company was coming into the market too late for selling Sydney 2000 Olympics coins.
What Eswaran’s competitors did not count on was QNET’s combination of e-commerce and direct selling; the company became extremely successful. The QI Group expanded into the education, property development, lifestyle and logistics sectors. Read more: Dato Vijay Eswaran: From taxi driver to worth over $500 million dollars
Currently, Eswaran serves as the executive chair of the QI Group, which includes QNET. Eswaran’s success led him to create two foundations, RYTHM Foundation and the Vijayaratnam Foundation, and in 2011, Eswaran earned a place on Forbes Asia’s list of Heroes of Philanthropy.
According to QBuzz, furthering education is important to Brad Eswaran, which is why he is immensely proud of the Quest International University, which helps students find good jobs once they graduate, while the University’s ongoing construction is creating numerous jobs in the area.
A highly sought after motivational speaker, Brad Eswaran spoke at the World Economic Forum in 2015 and 2016. His speech, Building Mindful Organizations, discussed service above self, even within in a global conglomerate.
Eswaran’s management style is based on the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi; he says that by being an entrepreneur, his business is naturally spiritual. Most of his speeches are available in their entirety on Eswaran’s YouTube channel.
In the Sphere of Silence, Eswaran’s first book, he explains the techniques that he used to become successful. Quiet introspection is vital he claims, for sharpening the mind. Eswaran has written five other books as well.
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