Concerns over the economy are hardly rare these days. But a company called QNET is rare in actually having some solutions. This is in large part due to the fact that QNET has a more immediate connection to the most important parts of the economy.
The very heart of the economy consists of two components. We find an inflow and outflow of money. This continual balanced flow is necessary to keep a healthy economy. When this flow works than the economy is like a clear stream. But when the balance is disrupted, that flow stops and it begins to stagnate. Instead of the clean water of a healthy economy we’re presented with the stagnant brine of a failing economy. QNET has a solution in the form of more direct selling methods.
Direct selling, as the name suggests, removes most of the impediments like middle men. We can once again return to the metaphor of a stream to better understand the concept. Middle men are essentially obstructions that sit within the stream of a healthy economy. The more of these obstructions, the closer the flow comes to stagnating. QNET’s emphasis on direct selling removes the impediment of middle men.
Of course, removing middle men from the equation is only part of the story. QNET’s strategy is able to help the economy by increasing the number of people who are able to act as economic stimulators. It doesn’t take nearly as much start-up capital to become a direct seller. As such this can essentially create many new sources of motion for the economy as a whole.
It’s clear that QNET’s strategy toward improving the economy works. The direct selling industry in India will probably reach INR 64,500 by 2025. It’s estimated that this will bring self-employment and success to nearly 2 crore people in India. The fact that the gig economy grew during COVID suggests even more strongly that things are looking good for direct selling. Likewise, this points out that QNET’s strategy is a tried-and-true method to help both individuals and the economy.
QNet business is divided into six business divisions – Crystal Market, Business to Business (B2B), Business to Consumer (B2C), Crystal Global Ventures, QBox, and Asia Direct Selling Network. Each division is customized for a specific target market, ranging from fitness to beauty, finance to insurance, and cosmetics to IT.
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