Vijay Eswaran can certainly say that hard work and standing strong in the face of false accusations has paid off, but just what is the real secret to his success? He would probably tell you his spiritual beliefs have been what inspires him, as well as hearing the stories of people who’ve came from poverty to wealth through his business at QI Group.
He wrote the book “In The Sphere Of Silence” back in 2005 to talk about spiritualism, but he says its message is especially important in today’s world of fast-paced mobile technology. He says sometimes its good just to not talk, but to focus and to listen to those around you.
Vijay Eswaran’s work has largely encompassed the direct selling industry, and he cofounded QI Group Ltd back in 1998. This company owns QNet, a subsidiary that sells household products, cosmetics brands, automotive tools and health and wellness supplements through independent contractors.
The goal of this company is to encourage as many people as possible to resell QNet’s products and bring new people to the program. Eswaran also helped found QI Lifestyle, QI Asset Management, Quex Courier and QI University-Perak for which he has plans in the work to build a green campus.
Ideamench believes that Eswaran has also reached out to the needy areas of Asia through RYTHM, a non-profit group that is funded through QI Group. The areas this group reaches include children who need physical assistance, environmental impact groups and even monasteries have benefited from RYTHM’s support.
According to SkyScrpaerSports and Entreprenuer, Vijay Eswaran and his wife started the Vijayratnam Foundation which does much of the same and follows the principles that Eswaran’s father Vijayratnam Saravanamuthu taught him as a young man.
Vijay Eswaran is also involved in the global economic community and often speaks on the issues at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Eswaran also represents the Indian entrepreneurship communities and was given a major award known as thee New Global Indian at the 2012 Global Indian Meet.
He often travels the world to give lectures at universities and seminar sessions, and was also listed in Forbes Asia’s Heroes of Philanthropy and Top 50 Richest.