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Q-Net Launches New Brand In Liberia

Precious D. Freeman
A network marketing or e-commerce company known as Q-NET yesterday launched a brand in Liberia aimed at giving opportunities through business plans to empower citizens.
Q-NET is a global e-commerce based directly selling company that provides customers around the world with unique high-quality products and services, while giving them the opportunity to build a sales business by promoting these products.
In a press conference, the Regional General Manager for sub-Saharan Africa, Biram Fall, said Q-Net’s business combines the principles of two major industries which is e-commerce and direct sales and earn commissions from the sale of products or services to their direct referrals
In his remarks in Monrovia, Fall also explained that the sales of products or services offered by their teams are all in line with the compensation plan.
According to him, the products in QNET includes: Health and Wellness, Home and Living, Personal Care and Beauty, Watches and Jewelry, Education, Holidays, Technology, Motor Care, among others.
Mr. Fall added that the company has been directly selling since 22 years ago which means a growing and exciting industry that provides companies an alternative channel for the distribution and sale of products or services directly to customers; away from a traditional retail location.
“The industry uses a variety of distribution methods; multilevel marketing and network marketing being two of it, and in QNET, we call our networkers Independent Representatives because we offer a well-researched and carefully developed array of exclusive products that are purchased by our customers all over the world through our secure, robust and reliable online store,” he explained.
The General Manager explained that their mission is to contribute to the global community through the daily application of ‘Raise Yourself to help Mankind’ (RHYTHM) and they do this by helping individuals achieve their goals and lead better lives through a combination of an entrepreneurial business opportunity with life-enhancing products.
He added that their vision is to be the global e-commerce leader within the direct selling industry, adding “Leveraging this position so as to be active influencer in the development of sustainable and professional network marketing communities around the world.”
According to the Public Relation Manager of sub-Saharan Africa, Maxime PETI, as time goes by they will be having an agent in Liberia who will have an office which will be branded.
She further explained that some of their challenges in Africa are lack of legislation, misconception of direct selling, compliances issues and misconduct, adding, “We work with more than 12 languages and have more than 200 billion businesses with 100 million distributors around the world.”
“QNET’s commitment is to help Africa in product selling, leadership and personal developments; we also partner with Manchester City Football Club and Confederation of African Football; again we give food and other things during Ramadan to people who are fasting,” she explained.

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