Vijay Eswaran is the co-founder and the executive chairman of the QI Group of Companies. He is a prominent entrepreneur, an international speaker, and an author. He has written 6 books the last one entitled Two Minutes from the Abyss (2016).
Dr. Eswaran is also the chairman of the University Council of Quest International University Perak (QIUP). It was established in collaboration with the state government of Perak. He has earned many awards and honors for his contribution to various sectors.
Some of the awards are ‘International Leader in Global Business Strategies’ awarded by the “Global Organisation for People of Indian Origin (GOPIO),” Malaysian Business Awards CEO, Lifetime Achievement Award for Global Entrepreneurship (2016) among other awards. Vijay Eswaran is also the founder of Vijayaratnam Foundation and the Rhythm Foundation. He is a firm believer in helping other people who are in need of what he can afford. His foundations are focused on helping the NGO’s and other community development initiatives who are engaged in activities of child empowerment, women empowerment, and special need children’s education. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: http://www.dnaindia.com/topic/vijay-eswaran and https://www.amazon.in/Sphere-Silence-Vijay-Eswaran-ebook/dp/B008VEC2UI
Vijay Eswaran says that the basis of QI Group of companies was the QNET and the decision to join network marketing. At first, he was not sure if the idea would work but upon implementation of the idea, it worked like magic. Vijay saw there was a business opportunity that existed in the integration of traditional marketing methods and the new era of e-commerce.
He says that the ideas of starting a business had always been there during his campus days. However, the main reason he started the company was that he was going through some rough time financially.
Vijay Eswaran says that his main source of ideas is through interaction with people. He believes in consultation to ensure that his ideas are mature and can be implemented.
He is excited by disruption trend in business since this is what led to the birth of QI group of companies. They had their business model even before the likes of Alibaba, Amazon, eBay, and others hit the market. He regards his business model as the pioneer of modern day network marketing.
For the first time in about eighty years Houston’s Talos Energy LLC along with London-based Premier Oil Plc and Mexico’s Sierra Oil & Gas have sunk the first privately owned offshore oil well. Its Mexico’s drive to bring foreign competitors to its oil market sense its nationalization of its oil industry in nineteen thirty eight. The Zama-1 well off the state of Tabasco holds approximately five hundred million barrels of oil and will take about ninety days to complete the drilling. Bidding after Mexico voted to open its oil industry has lead to this momentous moment, as the state-run monopoly has been held by Petroleos Mexicanos for many years. This well will be keenly watched for future investors in the industry.
Tim Duncan and his partners had to be cautious after the financial crisis of two thousand and eight. After being forced to send money to the banks they could only afford to go after the most profitable spots. Soon after by twenty eleven the team at Phoenix Exploration had doubled the company’s size and started Talos Energy with $600 million in equity. WorkplaceDynamics named Talos the best workplace among small businesses, but this wasn’t through sheer carefree attitude. It takes hard work to be successful at anything. Duncan has place equity with his employees rewarding talent. Only we decide how much we are worth, Duncan has said in an interview.
Talos is ready to hire and grow more with over five hundred million dollars in projected revenue this year. Talos Energey has an entrepreneurial drive that is a make it or break it attitude. Duncan is the kind of guy that is like bring me your biggest baddest best ideas even if its ten o’clock at night. He wants his employees and investors to know he is out there trying to make them money. Emulating his managers of the past while he worked at Gryphon Exploration has been one of his biggest goals as they always listen to there employees. Geoscientist Ben Winkelman was lured back with the openness of company meeting, even if its bad news. With all the benefits of working for Talos Energy, its no surprise at how successful they are.
Julia Jackson is the most youthful girl of Jess Jackson, the author of Jackson Family Wines. In a meeting, Julia depicts how she picked and arranging grapes at a young age. The family had worked together in the wine business before she was conceived. Notwithstanding, Julia Jackson has redirected from the wine business by joining Cambria Estates as a representative. Cambria Estate Winery is a non-benefit association that tries to engage ladies. On November 2014, the organization vowed $ 100, 000 every year to engage and celebrate outstanding ladies in the general public. The non-benefit association got established by Cambria Proprietors, Katherine, and Julia Jackson. The seeds of strengthening program look to respect what Julia calls Warrior Women. The program means to give monetary help to associations devoted to the improvement of ladies.Through the organization, Julia Jackson and her collaboration locally and globally to distinguish, prepare and enable ladies who are instrumental in changing their groups.
For more than 30 years, the reserve has devoted itself to reinforcing the part of ladies in the general public through grassroots undertakings. Amid her initial years, Julia made fellowship with a French talking little girl of a winemaker utilized in their firm. Thus, she contemplated French amid summer and on a few events, she enlisted as a French educator amid her chance in school. Julia graduated with a BA from Scripps College and accomplished an endorsement by and large administration from Stanford Graduate School of Business.On sixth October 2015, Jackson Family Wines propelled the organization’s lead Sonoma County wine. As indicated by Julia, Sonoma has a notoriety of adoring the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In any case, she trusted the best wine for the place was the Cabernet. Julia likewise brought up that the reason Sonoma County was less celebrated as considered to districts like Napa was because of absence of showcasing assets. In any case, it was the organization goals to guarantee the area got acknowledgment in the wine business. Also, a wine called Acaibo from Trinite Estate Winery is setting root in the region.