Vijay Eswaran, the Top Businessman in Malaysia

Vijay Eswaran was born in 1960 in Penang, Malaysia. He currently is the Executive Chairman and co-founder of the QI Group. He is a highly educated man, studying at the London School of Economics. He received his degree in socio-economics in 1984.

Shortly thereafter, he received a Chartered Institute of Management Accountants certification in London. After graduating, he was hired by Cosway’s to help expand their multi-level marketing company.

Vijay Eswaran become so successful in all of his business endeavors, that in 1998 he branched out on his own. That is when QI Group was born and is based in Hong Kong.

QI Group focuses on direct selling in areas of luxury, lifestyle and leisure, property development, telecommunications, logistics and training and education. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: and

Over a short period of time, the opened regional offices in Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. The QI Group is known to make over $750 million annually in revenue.

Not only is he a successful businessman, he is also a motivational speaker. He proudly shares his knowledge and experience by lecturing around the world. He speaks on a variety of subjects that range from spirituality to business.

He is also a best-selling author of the book the Sphere of Silence. The book has been translated into many different languages and focuses on life management. He has also written 18 Stepping Stones, In The Thinking Zone and On The Wings of Thought.

Vijay is so respectful he has been invited serve as chairperson of the Council of the Quest International University of Malaysia. He is also on the advisory board of the Global Business Council and Corporate Malaysia Roundtable. He has also achieved high honors such as: the title “Dato” by His Royal Highness The Sultan of Pahang.

He received the International Excellence in Business award from the Global Organization for People of Indian Origin. He is a true philanthropist who established Raise Yourself to Help Mankind Foundation. In 2006 he founded Vijayaratnam Foundation named after his father.