Vijay Eswaran is the Executive Chairman of QI Group Ltd. which is one of the world’s largest e-commerce multilevel marketing and asset management companies. But he’s also a deep thinker and a man who studies philosophies and religious teachings, and he’s written books and articles on those subjects. One recent blog post detailed thoughts he had on the issue of change in one’s life. Eswaran says that everything in the world is going to go through change at some point, and those who thrive during change are those who accept it and change themselves. Eswaran says that personal change shouldn’t involve giving up your core beliefs and morals but instead just change in your life structure or in the way your business works. Eswaran has been through a lot of that himself throughout his life.
Vijay Eswaran’s business work has brought a lot of change to the Asian markets he’s served including making starting up a business friendlier to people, and bringing change to environmental awareness. He grew up in Malaysia and graduated from the London School of Economics in the 1980s. He got serious about the multilevel marketing industry in the 1990s and after trying it out for himself, he and his friend Joseph Bismark started their own company in 1998. QI Group Ltd. had some tough sledding in raising its own capital, but after going through several trials it became one of the most profitable Asian companies. Most of its direct sales and marketing is conducted through QNET, and its real estate investments and small business financing is done through QI Asset Management. It’s also the parent company to QI University and the Raise Yourself to Help Makind (RYTHM) Foundation.
Vijay Eswaran travels around the world to share business startup ideas as well as lecturing on his philosophies and spiritualism. Several nominations he’s had include listings in Forbes Asia’s “Heroes of Philanthropy” and their “Top 50 Wealthiest,” being honored at the World Economic Forum and India’s 6th Pravasi Divas, and being given the New Global Indian award at the 2012 Global Indian Meet event. His books have also been named as bestsellers such as his most famous one titled “In The Sphere Of Silence.”