The opening event was attended by QNET Executives, Independent Representatives (IRs), the agency’s new staff as well as prominent local businessmen Armand Rakisheva, Marat Tleuberdin and Mirlan Tokmurzin.
The programme included a RYTHM donation to a local children’s home and a charity event at the Kazakh National University featuring entertainers Catherine Protopopovo and Azat Khakimov.
QNET Chief Executive Officer Haldun Arin looks forward to a long relationship between QNET and the people of Kazakhstan, especially through the opportunity to give back to the community.
“Children are the most vulnerable members of our society and many face huge obstacles at the beginning of their career. One of the main goals of QNET is to help people find inspiration for life and supporting a children’s charity in Kazakhstan is a valuable part of that,” says Haldun.
The office which first opened its doors in April, is now fully operational and accepting enquiries from the public and providing support to IRs to ensure they are well-trained on the ethics of network marketing, business planning and product knowledge.
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