QNET Promise To Develop Nigerian Economy Using Technology

QNET has pledged its commitment to building the Nigerian post-pandemic economy using technology.

The company in a statement made available to the media said it was ready to meet the challenge.

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Roger Barnett, Chairman at QNET, global e-commerce and direct selling leader, has implored direct selling companies to reimagine, reinvent, and redefine the role and contribution of the industry in the next decade.

We believe that the direct selling industry stands in a strategic position to help communities recover from the damage of the past two years, and build a stronger, more inclusive, and more sustainable post-COVID economy for millions of people around the world

The company said it believes that the direct selling industry stands in a unique position to help communities not only recover from the damage of the past two years, but to build a stronger, more inclusive, and more sustainable post-COVID economy for millions of people around the world

It also said as the pandemic forced millions to avoid person-to-person contact and go online to purchase the goods they needed, QNET embraced innovative technologies such as social and video commerce, enabling its independent representatives to continue providing their customers with the quality products they desired while maintaining the personalised service the direct selling model is well known for.

QNET provides its representatives with the latest tools, training, education, and support to help leverage their online presence, connect with more potential customers, and grow their businesses.

QNETs digital transformation enabled its entrepreneurs to thrive when many traditional retailers shut their doors. When many fear that technology is pushing us apart, QNET has shown how it can bring us together, inspire, and empower us to strengthen our connections.

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The company said earlier in the year, it launched in Nigeria to give Nigerians access to high-quality products and offer a unique opportunity to earn additional income in an internationally tried-and-true business model.

It added that its presence in Nigeria will also support the government’s poverty alleviation drive and achieve the desired economic recovery and transformative growth the nation seeks.

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