Hong-Kong-based QNET, the Asian direct seller of lifestyle and wellness products, recently expanded its operations into East Africa with the opening of an office in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The company, which currently has three accessible local agents in West Africa—Mali, Cote d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso—held an official opening of the office on September 21. Attendees included the Hon. Dr. Adelhelm Meru from the Ministry of Industry, Trade & Investment; the Hon. Dr. Hamisi from the Ministry of Health of Tanzania; V Partner David Sharma; and QNET Agent Benjamin Mariki.
“QNET is proud to be in Tanzania and is committed to working closely with the local government officials and authorities to create more entrepreneurial opportunities for the local community,” said David K. Sharma, an advisor to the QNET Board of Directors.
QNET also recently held a convention in Dubai in which it celebrated 19 years of business in the direct selling industry. The event featured Bollywood legend Anil Kapoor, National Ambassador for UN Women Pakistan Muniba Mazari and Bollywood star Vivek Oberoi as special guests.
The company used the event to introduce Olympic gold medalist Cheick Sallah Cissé as their new Ambassador, and to announce the launch of four new products: H2GO, a molecular hydrogen tablet that boosts energy with hydrogen-infused water; ELIXA, an aromatherapy-infused skincare range for women; HomePure Nova, an enhanced water filtration system; and Smazing, a free app that includes live video and interactive chat options among many other features.