Qnet; The New Company Conquering the Direct Selling Market

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Posted by omeditors | Posted in Qnet | Posted on 26-05-2016

Established in Hong Kong, 1998, Qnet holds membership in the Direct Selling Association of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines. As a prominent direct selling company in Asia, the firm provides a range of products through its e-commerce platform to distributors and customers in over 100 countries.

The company is a comparatively new competitor in a tough industry that is dominated by much larger marketing and direct selling rivals. Qnet began with a group of young friends who had an agreeable vision for marketing in order to promote better wellness and healthy living. Qnet, which has become a successful new online marketing firm, offers a varied range of different brands and quality products that focus on improving consumers’ lives throughout the world. The products that they offer are of superior quality and well tested to ensure that they are as per the consumers’ standards. These products range from skincare, wellness products, nutritional products, and watches and jewelries.

When choosing new products to add on to their brand, Qnet adopts a rigorous testing process. Some of the unique features that they look into while evaluating new products are grounded on their high ideals and moral standards. As a company, Qnet dedicates itself to strictly follow a healthy vegetarian philosophy, and all meals that are served during the company’s events are vegetarian. Vegetarianism is also strongly promoted as a means to healthy well-being and a lifestyle choice. The high standard is reflected in all parts of their products and business strategies. The company does not allow any non-vegetarian ingredient in their consumable or edible products. They promote safe testing without harming animals, and no animal is used during their testing.

Involvement in Promoting Healthy Living

Qnet is very determined in spreading awareness on the enormous growing obesity rates, diabetes, heart disease and other lifestyle diseases. To curb these diseases, the firm has reduced sugars, harmful chemicals and artificial sweeteners in all their products that are currently sold online.

Qnet’s Philanthropic Stance

Qnet’s philosophy of bettering yourself to better the lives of those around you is a truly refreshing stance. The firm takes social responsibility very seriously and it is always ready to give back to the society. It is highly dedicated to involvement in philanthropic practices globally. The growing young firm actively serves international societies and local communities alike; to come up with vital community programs. Qnet is popularly known for its vigorous support towards Rashid Centers Programs that are aimed at benefiting and advocating for children with special needs.

Will Wen by Chaz Work For Your Hair?

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Posted by omeditors | Posted in Great Hair Product | Posted on 26-05-2016

Chaz Dean’s hair care product line could be a great choice for you if you want to keep your hair looking healthy and voluminous without harmful chemicals. Some of the biggest names in Hollywood have recommended Wen’s shampoos and conditioners. Emily McClure also reviewed the Sephora Fig conditioner from Wen for Bustle, and she discovered that the product could prove to be pretty beneficial. Read her results here: http://www.wen.com/before-after.html.
During the first three days of the experiment, Emily saw that her hair was shinier and felt thicker. She did state that it takes a lot of conditioner to fully penetrate the hair, but that the end result makes it totally worth it.

Even though Emily didn’t have time to wash her hair on the fourth day of the Wen hair experiment, she stated that her hair was still well conditioned. She added a few curls for extra body, but they quickly fell because her hair was oilier than normal.

Emily’s friends even commented on her hair near the end of the experiment, which was even more confirmation that the Wen conditioner was working.

McClure says that WEN hair conditioner has a pleasant scent and makes the hair soft and manageable. She states that the conditioner is great for women who want to make their hair look thicker and are willing to wash and style their hair daily.

Wen by Chaz: Hair That Stands Out

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Posted by omeditors | Posted in Beauty Boost | Posted on 13-05-2016

In a recent article on Bustle.com, which can be read here:

http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened, Emily McClure recently decided to try something different with her hair. She used the sephora Fig version of cleansing conditioner on her fine hair to see what the results would be, and they turned out even better than she could have ever dreamed or imagined. She was inspired after hearing about this all-in-one product as it works as a shampoo, conditioner, and styling treatment. The beauty of WEN is that it can work on any type of hair. It isn’t just for one type of hair. That is what makes it so popular and why so many people are talking about it these days.

She tried the Chaz Dean created product out for seven days, as she wanted to get the full experience of it and see if it lasted. In addition to that, she also posted photos to show the results. Anyone can talk a big game, but to back it up with photos, that shows that she isn’t just promoting a product. That’s another great thing about her review: it’s unbiased. She did this all on her own and came away impressed with how it worked on her hair. She wasn’t a paid spokesperson.

Another thing she commented on, and it is definitely worth point out is the confidence that this product, Wen, gave her when she went out. Many of her friends commented on how shiny her hair was and noticed the difference. Think of other hair products you have used and how no one notices. With this, people notice in the best possible way. In the end, she recommends it and seems very pleased with the results. In today’s world, we could all use a product that does everything at once. Life is busy enough as it is. Let Wen by Chaz (http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html) make your life a little easier.

Death of Stephen Murray Shocks Private Equity World

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Posted by omeditors | Posted in skydiving accident, Sports | Posted on 11-05-2016

Stephen Murray, well known for his role as the CEO of CCMP Capital, passed on at the age of 52. The news of his death brought sadness to all who knew him. Murray was a well loved and respected businessman and leader. He had served CCMP Capital Advisors for approximately two and a half decades, before stepping aside for health reasons. Greg Brenneman took over from Mr. Murray as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the firm.

In his statement, Brenneman expressed his sadness on learning of the passing of the great business icon and sent his deepest condolences to the family of Mr. Murray. He described the former CEO as a “terrific investor and deal maker” and was grateful for all his efforts in making CCMP the success it is today.

Stephen Murray’s journey in private equity began after his graduation from Boston College back in 1984. He began by joining a training program at Manufacturers Hanover Corporation as a credit analyst. He proceeded to join MH Equity in 1989 after a merger between the firm’s private equity group and its leveraged finance unit. In 1991, the firm was acquired by Chemical Bank leading to the merger of MH Equity and Chemical Venture Partners.

After the merger between Chase Manhattan Corporation and Chemical Bank in 1996, Chemical Venture Partners ended up becoming Chase Capital Partners. In 2005, Murray rose up the ranks to be named JP Morgan Partners’ head of buyout business. He then proceeded to form the spin-out firm, CCMP Capital. The firm was involved in investing in middle-market deals. This was alongside the private equity clients of the bank. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://observer.com/2015/02/this-old-thing-private-equity-honcho-drops-little-place-uptown-for-11m/

Murray built JPMorgan Chase to the sizable private-equity business it is today. The firm generally invested in conjunction with larger and better private equity firms by acquiring minority stocks in various companies such as Aramark, a concession operator. In 2004 however, the firm beat KKR, TPG Capital, and Blackstone to bid successfully for Warner Chilcott, a publicly traded drug company. This transaction led to CCMP splitting from JPMorgan. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://culturebytes.org/the-exponential-growth-of-ccmp-capital-under-stephen-murrays-leadership/

Stephen Murray grew up in New York City in a suburb in Westchester County. He was awarded his Bachelor of Arts Degree back in 1984 by Boston College. He proceeded to earn a Master of Business Administration later on from Columbia University in New York. The two learning institutions are beneficiaries of Stephen Murray’s philanthropy. Murray is survived by his wife and four sons.

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Stephen P. Murray, 52; Financial Executive; Stamford Resident; Vice Chair Boston College Board of Trustees
CCMP’s Murray dead at 52