Malaysian Businessman Dr. Vijay Eswaran is the Chief Executive Chairman of QI Group and QNET; both are East Asian companies, that have a direct impact in Malaysia’s educational, marketing, sales, and hospitality sectors. Dr. Vijay Eswaran also acts as Chairman of the University Council of Quest International University, located in Malaysia.
In his career, Dr. Vijay Eswaran is an entrepreneur, author of six books, international spokesperson, and most importantly a philanthropist. In 2016, Dr. Vijay Eswaran also received an honorary Doctorate in Economics and Global Business from the renowned Pannasastra University in Cambodia. Throughout his career, he has been the recipient of various awards and honors, most notably the prestigious award, International Business Leader in Global Business Strategies by the Global Organization For People of Indian Origin; as well as Malaysian Business Awards CEO and the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award for Global Entrepreneurship.
In his interview with Interview.net, Dr. Vijay Eswaran reveals that the best entrepreneurs are the ones that are curious and innovator. Always looking towards to future, for what it possible and then making it possible. Dr. Vijay Eswaran, says that his interest in business, specifically entrepreneurship, first began in 1998 when he was presented with an opportunity to grow his now prosperous business, QNET. What has made Dr. Vijay Eswaran and QNET so unique, is their combined ability to integrate e-commerce platforms with a centralized direct sales agenda. When QNET first got started, this methodology was unheard of, and Eswaran became responsible for paving the way, for online businesses to contemplate selling through e-commerce.
As a philanthropist, Dr. Vijay Eswaran started two community-centric foundations in his home country, RYTHM, and Vijayaratnam. These foundations, work collaboratively with other local and international organizations, to focus on community empowerment and development; providing educational tools for women and those caring for children with special needs.