The priority of QNet, Asia’s leading network Market Corporation, at the start of 2014 was to enhance its consumer base and its revenue streams by 15 percent within the Central Asia Region. To this end, the corporation engaged in a sequence of training programs, launched new products and signed a lucrative partnership deal with Kazakhstan. This country is the most prominent market for the company’s products and services within the Central Asia Region.
Owing to immense efforts by the company’s employees, the entity registered a 21 % growth in business exceeding their earlier prospects. Distributors of QNet products have increased to over 100,000 in the last decade. Most of these distributors are located in the former soviet countries. The CEO of QNet, Haldun Arin, asserted that Kazakhstan reported an increase of 36% in watch sales in 2014. He further posited that in the same country, jewelry sales increased by almost 42% while in the past year, the consumer base almost doubled. Currently, the company has 22,000 independent representatives who are registered from Kazakhstan.
One of the highlights for the corporation in 2014 was opening of the new offices known as the Consulting International Bureau in Kazakhstan. Some of the new products that were launched in the region are AirPure2, Visage+, HomePure Eaze, HomePure Alkaline Jug and Force Maximus and Force Artemis Watches. Other regions that QNet is forecasting growth are Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Armenia, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Azerbaijan. This year, the entity plans to enhance its product offing by 30% besides transforming its compensation plans with the view to enhancing distributor’s income. QNet is one of the members of Direct Selling Associations of Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore. The entity has been sponsoring different sports around the world.
QNet has unveiled three food supplements in powder form for the international market. LifeQode nutrient products are 100% organic, vegetarian and halal. These products have been made with formulations that restore balance on the human body through replenishing people’s nutrient needs. Natural food extracts have been used to formulate the product range. The three food supplements under the health and wellness products are Berry Xtreme, Kenta and EDG3.
The regional general manager in charge of QNet Mena, Khaled Diab, posited that each of these supplements provides immune boosters, stimulation of gentle hormone and balance. The products are lifestyle friendly. It is significant to note that the corporation sells a variety of innovative products that are of high quality for purposes of enhancing the lives of its consumers.
QNet has recorded remarkable growth in its business over the past year owing to introduction of new products and engaging more distributors. Kazakhstan reported higher growth prospects within the region. The corporation has launched a new range of LifeQode products that seeks to enhance the health of its consumers around the planet.