QNET Helps to Spread a Little Positivity

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March 30, 2016

No matter where or who you are, the world could always use a little more positive thinking. There have been no shortage of efforts from both companies and organic movements to motivate the pubic, in their own way, to try and shape their world to be a place that’s a little more inviting to all. Many corporations would take such an initiative as an opportunity to get their name out there and move some products in an attempt to expand their consumer base. But then there are times where companies and public interest meet, and both have an incentive to influence the world for the better.

The Positive Thoughts Project, which will run for four weeks, is a campaign that is looked to bring organizations like the RYTHM Foundations and Companies like QNET together for a good cause. By going to RYTHM Foundation’s Facebook post and leaving a positive message, posters can help circulate positive thinking through communication.  If an additional 500 comments make their way to the post during the final two weeks of the campaign, QNET will donate and additional HomePure RED to the Rashid Centre in the United Arab Emirates, another center that aims to assist the disabled.

QNET has a presence that sprawls out through Asia, one that reinforces their reputation as a reliable business, allowing them to distribute a vast array of products and services through its online components and through direct sellers to be private customers as well as other businesses operating all over the world, in more than 100 countries. What assists QNET in its track of success is a professional staff that has ably managed more than 25 offices and agencies, standing in service of disparate markets. This workforce, impressive as it is, does not include the numerous collaborators and franchises working in concert with QNET.

And though QNET has a dominating presence in business both in mainland Asia and in many Pacific islands, they’re not all about business. A great deal of their operations as an organization circles around philanthropy, particularly in the promotion of athletic disciplines for underprivileged and disabled children. This an embodiment of their commitment as a company to unit cohesion and diversity among the people hired to run daily operations.

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  1. When comments reach 500 within the first two weeks of the project, QNET has promised to donating a HomePure RED to the Taarana school for children with learning disabilities. I have also heard that ninjaessays.com can also give everything they need for them to understand.

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