Cake cutting and celebrations were overseen by visiting QNET Executives and numerous VIPs including Georgia’a Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Mrs. Ketevan Botchorishvili who was joined by several other distinguished Government and business representatives.
Watch on YouTube: News story from Georgian television (Georgian language)
The downtown Tbilisi office is now the main support centre for QNET in Georgia and will help raise our profile in neighbouring countries too.
As well as customer support, the local agency is ready to provide training for QNET Independent Representatives (IRs) to ensure they are well-trained on the business ethics of correct network marketing, business planning and product knowledge.
Currently, there are about 2,000 registered IRs of QNET in the country – mainly in Kutaisi, Batumi and Tbilisi cities and the very first distributors joined the company in 2010.