Vijay Eswaran is a very successful man, but he began his business life humbly. After graduating from the London School of Economics, he spent a year in Europe, far removed from his native Malaysia, working at construction sites, picking grapes in France, and driving a cab in London. In London, he discovered a concept that intrigued him, and he went to the United States of America to obtain his MBA. It was in America that Vijay Eswaran became interested in the Multi-Level Marketing System (MLM). Upon returning to Malaysia, Vijay Eswaran was approached by the Cosway Group and this business contact piqued his interest in the efficacy of the MLM system.
In 1998, in his homeland of Malaysia, Vijay Eswaran co-founded a multi-level marketing company that would rapidly grow into what it is today, the QI Group. The QI Group is an e-commerce based business that concentrates on selling travel packages, media systems, luxury products, telecommunications, wellness training and corporate investments.
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The QI Group maintains regional offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Hong Kong.