Vijay Eswaran is an author, philanthropist, and entrepreneur whose native home is the Asian country of Malaysia. He is the Executive Chairman of QI Company. The group of companies is an international corporation. The corporation is a multilevel marketing company. It has its headquarters in Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur. It operates in more than 30 countries. The business of the QI Group is tourism, real estate, hospitality among other ventures
His love for entrepreneurship has been instrumental in the establishment of the Quest International University Perak in with the assistance of the local government. He uses this platform to mentor upcoming entrepreneurs. The institution is tasked with providing affordable, quality, and research-based education. The institution is growing rapidly with over 1600 students drawn from 31 countries in the world. It is one of the best sought out institutions in Malaysia.
The QI Group led by Vijay Eswaran is at the moment developing QI City. The development will be the new host for QI Group of Companies which will also include retail space, accommodation, campus, and a hospital.
Apart from being a businessman, Mr. Vijay is a philanthropist. He started the Vijayarantnam foundation and RHYTHM which have been at the forefront aiming at developing communities and assisting children with dire needs in the African, Asian, and Middle East part of the world. The foundation started Taarana, a school in Malaysia helping kids with learning problems and disabilities. A total of 10% of his company’s profits goes to charity. This acts of humanity earned him a place in the Forbes Asia’s Philanthropy Heroes. At the Chinese World Economic Forum, he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for his good deeds in the Asian Continent.
Vijay Eswaran is an author who has written six books. The most recent one is Two Minutes with the title From the Abyss a release of 2016. He holds a bachelors degree in Socio-economic from the London School of Economics. He also has a Masters degree in Business Administration from Southern Illinois University.
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