Vijay Eswaran is a man of grandeur. He is known to be one of the wealthiest men in Asia. He is the founder and co-chairman of a multi-billion enterprise that is QI group. So how did Vijay manage to achieve so much success in the business world? Before we can delve into the source of Vijay’s money, let’s get the obvious out of the way.
Vijay Eswaran has a quite impressive academic portfolio. He is an alumnus of the prestigious London School of Economics. He graduated from the college with an undergraduate degree in social economics.
Vijay Eswaran started his career life in Europe after college. He tried his hands at menial jobs such as picking grapes, doing construction work in Belgium and chauffeuring people in London. This jobs though menial, gave him an opportunity to interact with people and made him know that success doesn’t come easy, someone has to work for it.
It is during his stay in the United Kingdom that Vijay got exposed to marketing strategies such as the binary system and network level marketing. So that he could get even more proficient in the field, Vijay Eswaran enrolled into the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and got a professional qualification.
Vijay Eswaran has a working history with Synaptics, a company that focused on developing human interface solutions. It is at Synaptics that Vijay realized the power of multi-level marketing. When he decided to go back to Asia, Vijay sought the concept of network level marketing at his home. This resolve made him create a direct selling and marketing company called the QI Group.
Vijay Eswaran has not only recorded success in the business front alone. He runs several charities under the Vijayratnam Foundation umbrella. Another important foundation of his is the RYTHMN Foundation that is CSR delivery arm of the QI group. Outside his charities, Vijay is always involved in causes that seek to transform the living standards of the poor and empower the youth and women.
The QI Group is a multinational with its regional offices located in various countries across Asia. The company runs operations in the Chinese capital of Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines.