QNET Supports Female Entrepreneurs Around The World

Anyone familiar with direct selling corporation QNET knows that charity is at the core of what the company does. QNET’s corporate values are inspired by one of the world’s most charitable and celebrated figures: Mahatma Ghandi. Ghandi is celebrated as a hero for responding to injustices that plagued the society he lived in with peace and endurance. His approach to creating social change in India inspired other leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. to make peace one of the core values of the American Civil Rights movement. QNET seeks to follow the examples that Ghandi and Martin Luther King Jr. set by putting selflessness at the core of how it operates as a company with a global reach. It also seeks to practice selflessness by making sure it considers the needs of its employees as much as possible. 

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As the United States celebrates Women’s History Month and nations around the world prepare for celebrations on International Women’s Day this March, QNET seeks to focus on a demographic that is critical to its success: young women entrepreneurs. As so many development agencies that work with women have found out, when given the tools, women can be core drivers of economic growth and economic success. There is a proverb that essentially says that when a woman is educated, a nation is educated as a result. This same principle applies to the concept of employment. When women in countries around the world are employed, their families and communities tend to benefit from their improved economic situations. This is why QNET is invested in the economic empowerment of women around the world. 

QNET supports women’s rights by hiring women in countries like India, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, Rwanda and the Philippines as Independent Representatives.

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Independent Representatives have the opportunity to launch their own businesses by selling QNET’s products. As a QNET representative told news site Gulf News 24/7, women make up the majority of the people employed in the direct selling business. According to the Direct Selling Association, nearly 75 percent of the direct selling workforce is female. QNET enables its female employees to work in a field that allows them to be caretakers and entrepreneurs without the hassle of having to seek out investors or loans to start a capital intensive business. The female entrepreneurs working for QNET empower themselves and other women by selling products that meet the needs of female customers. 

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