QNET, an e-commerce-based direct-selling company has pledged to support local initiatives and charities that are focused on financial education, health and sustainable development as part of the several initiatives aimed at giving back to the Nigerian community.
The company stated this during the weekend at an expo, which coincides with its 25th anniversary in Lagos.
“As part of our anniversary celebrations, we have pledged to support local initiatives and charities focusing on financial education, health, and sustainable development. This is in line with our strong commitment to corporate social responsibility, and youth empowerment,” said Biram Fall, QNET Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Manager.
At the Product Expo in Lagos, QNET showcased the company’s life-enhancing wellness and lifestyle products, providing the distributors and stakeholders the opportunity to see their products and watch the demos.
According to Fall, 25 years after, QNET has remained passionate about building a network of independent entrepreneurs who love our products and advocate for their life-enhancing benefits.
The product expo, which was held at the 10 Degrees Events Centre, A2 Billings Way, Industrial Estate, Ikeja, Lagos was organized in collaboration with Transblue, QNET’s esteemed partner. It attracted participation from a crowd of interested consumers and distributors.
Also speaking on the sideline, Akeem Ajisafe, the Managing Director and CEO of Transblue Company Limited said he is thrilled to be part of the product expo, stressing that the expo will expose customers and distributors to array of QNET’s products and learn about the company’s sustainable business model.
According to him, today’s celebration marks our one-year alliance with QNET and with Transblue’s in-depth understanding of the Nigerian market, it will be able to enhance product positioning, customer satisfaction, and loyalty.
“We stand united in our commitment to empowering lives and fostering well-being in Nigeria through the robust Transblue-QNET partnership,” he said.
He assured that Transblue’s experience and network will help Navigate Regulatory Compliance & Local Challenges, adherence to local laws, building trust and a foundation for growth.
Asked about some of the social impacts the company has brought to Nigeria, Mr. Akeem mentioned FinGreen, a financial literacy program that was launched last year and has trained 600+ youths in anti-fraud awareness skills and informed financial decisions.
Others are Corporate Philanthropy, including generous donations to Bab Es Salaam Orphanage and The Little Saints Orphanage, the Manchester City Football Clinic, an initiative that has benefited 26 young footballers, providing training under Nigerian football legend Johannes Bonfrère.