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- From left: QNET Board Adviser, David Sharma, Deputy Minister for Health, Community Development, Children and Elderly, Hamisi Kigwangalla; Permanent Secretary for Trade, Industry and Investment Adelhelm Meru and QNET Country Representative for Tanzania, Benjamin Mariki cut the ribbon during the opening of QNET Agent office in Tanzania.
- QNET to boost Direct Selling and create entrepreneurship opportunities in Tanzania
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QNET, optimizing its existing e-commerce platform currently has three easily accessible local agents in West Africa, namely Mali, Cote d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso
QNET (www.QNET.net), a company of Asian heritage and a part of the US $200 billion global direct selling industry is honored and excited to enter the buoyant direct selling sector in Eastern Africa, and expects to offer world class quality consumer products and to elevate standards of living by garnering…