Vijay Eswaran, a well known businessman from Malaysia, is the executive chairman of the QI Group. He was born in Penang in 1960 and studied at London School of Economics, Southern Illinois University and others. In 1998, he founded QI Group, which does work in the multilevel marketing industry. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: http://philanthropies.org/vijay-eswaran-2/
For example, QI Group owns QNet. Qnet sells products relating to nutrition, weight loss, home care, luxury goods, and much more. Vijay made QI Group grow so much that it brought in three quarters of a billion dollars in revenue in one year. He also brought it to such an extent of growth that it has operations in over twenty countries. The QI Group is a very big ecommerce business. It also deals in areas such as telecommunications and education training.
Vijay Eswaran is a well known author, speaker and writer as well. He gave speeches at the World Economic Forum, as well as Pravasi Bharatiya Divas. He published a book called The Sphere of Silence in 2005. In it, he tells how he manages his time in order to succeed. He reveals that he has an hour of silence every single morning, and that is how he starts his day. Read more: Dato Vijay Eswaran: From taxi driver to worth over $500 million dollars
Three years later, he wrote and published another book, called In The Thinking Zone. Two years later, he wrote and published yet another book! This one was called 18 Stepping Stones. Last year, he published yet a fourth book, called Two Minutes from the Abyss. He also released a collection of his photographies. This one was called On the Wings of Thought.
He also has many programs going on. For example, there is TOD, or Thought of the Day. There is the RYTHM Foundation. He founded a charitable organization and named it after his father. This is called Vijayaratnam Foundation. He uses these foundations to provide mentorship and to give charity to people and to organizations.
In 2013, he was on Forbes’ List for the 50 most richest people (on their list for Asia and Malaysia). He was right in the middle on number 25. He was awarded the New Global Indian Award.