The home base of operations for QNet is Hong Kong. Those who research the firm discover that QNet has a presence in roughly 100 countries. Actual offices are open for business in a little over two-dozen countries. India, however, remains one of the biggest geographic locations for numerous QNet activities. Not all of QNet’s work in India is intended to earn profits. QNet is heavily involved in philanthropic work in the country.
The Government Primary School in Sriram Nagar, Hyderabad is home to one of QNet’s most recent (and highly generous) approach to helping out the underprivileged. In this particular region, there are concerns over access to clean drinking water. The problems associated with a lack of clean drinking water are legion. QNet, along with its partner in the project, Lions Clubs, is looking to help 800 students at the school by promoting the establishment of “water, sanitation and hygiene facilities”.
QNet was worked with Lions Clubs and other partners to help with various corporate social responsibility initiatives in India. QNet has helped school children, flood victims, and patients at hospitals with its various charitable endeavors.
Unique products and services are being designed for India. The company is even moving 100% of its manufacturing to the country.
QNet is not slowing done its work in other parts of the world either. QNet is heavily involved in charitable and business ventures all across the globe.