Manchester City and QNet Form Partnership For Win-Win Situation

Manchester City and QNet formed a partnership for the next three years. The deal was signed back in 2014 with the intention of being the club’s direct selling partner. QNet was founded back in 1998. They have expanded and are currently one of Asia’s prominent direct sell marketing companies. With offices in areas like Africa and Europe, they know their way around the global market.

The deal allows QNet to have access to the players of Manchester City. This will allow them to use the reps for spokespersons to help boost product sales. Money could never buy the experience that this group will have. Being granted access to the Manchester City representatives will only prove profitable for their loyal customers.

QNet is known for their life enhancing products. They do a great deal of work with personal care, as well as nutrition and health care items. They are known for their philanthropic work that they have done across the globe. They have what is called a grass roots philosophy, which is very attractive to Tom Glick, the Business manager for the Manchester City team. They empower regular people around the world. Then they use them to start their own branch of their business. This is no doubt the reason they have grown so rapidly in such a short amount of time. What started out as a novel idea has now turned into a gigantic conglomerate that is in more than 100 countries world-wide.

Manchester City is delighted to work with QNet in this partnership. It gives great opportunities to both parties and they can come together through football and watch the growth continue in the continent of Asia. At the helm of QNet are Joseph Bismark and Vijay Eswaran. The dynamic duo started the company from humble beginnings. As a matter of fact, they were just a community club that seemed to blossom overnight. However, moving up to a partnership with football greats definitely shows positive image and an upcoming future for the company.

As far as Manchester City is concerned, they love to give back to the community and using football is great way to join others who are interested in philanthropic measures. Separate they are great, but together they are unstoppable. Their goal is to improve the standard of football in Asia. They want to expand and offer things such as coaching clinics and numerous training opportunities. Though they have a solid fan base, football isn’t as popular in Asia as it is in other countries.

This is not the first partnership that QNet has embarked on. They teamed up with Marussia Formula One several years ago and found this to also be a profitable venture for the company. The sky is the limit when these two amazing companies team up for the good of their business and mankind.

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