Malaysian born businessman Vijay Eswaran moved frequently around the country during his childhood because of his father’s job with the Labour ministry. This movement allowed Eswaran to see a variety of different people, neighborhoods and lifestyles. He later traveled to London where he received a degree in socioeconomics from the London School of economics.
Following graduation, Vijay Eswaran remained in Europe and exposed himself to different career fields and even performed physical labor like construction and driving a cab.
He eventually received a CIMA (Certified Investment Management Analyst) certification in the UK before moving to the United States where he attended Southern Illinois University and received his MBA.
Vijay Eswaran began considering the benefits of MLM upon his return to Malaysia and in 1998 his company, QI Group was born. This multilevel marketing company is an e-commerce business that includes investments in multiple industries and operates a number of subsidiary companies as well.
It is one of the world’s fastest growing businesses of its type and is designed to make products and services available to consumers no matter where they are located. Read more: Vijay Eswaran | Professional Profile – LinkedIn
QI Group also offers the opportunity for other ambitious entrepreneurs to work with them as an Independent Representative. This venture is the chance for anyone to have a share in a globally-based business of their own and to set their own goals. Independent Representatives work on a profit sharing basis with QI and have access to enormous resources as they build their business.
Eswaran has also expanded his own resume by becoming an author and a philanthropist. He is currently the author of four non-fiction books and the founder of the Vijayaratnam Foundation, an organization that encourages mentorship programs and much more. Eswaran has also received numerous awards for his work and his philanthropy.
He was named CEO of the year by the Asean Business Advisory Council in 2013 and was given the Lifetime Regional Philanthropy award in 2011 by the Malaysian Prime Minister at the time, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.