Meet Vijay Eswaran, Malaysia’s Finest

If you are an avid follower of Asian business personalities or even if you have just little more than a passing interest on the subject then you have probably come across Vijay Eswaran and have definitely heard of the QI Group of companies.

The latter started out as a small ecommerce outfit that Vijay Eswaran founded in Kuala Lumpur in the year 1998. Over the last two decades, however, the company has enjoyed tremendous growth and is now recognized as one of the leading companies in Asia and competing on the same level with other top companies across the globe. Read more: In the Sphere of Silence (English and Dutch Edition)

The amazing success can be attributed directly to the man behind the company and his mantra that it is possible to achieve great success if you do little things with great love. This fact is even more evident when you read his new book which was aptly titled ‘Two Minutes from the Abyss’.

Vijay Eswaran is currently ranked among the top 50 richest people in Malaysia and at just 51 years of age there is every indication that his fortunes are only set to keep growing in the coming years. The same statement can be said for his baby, the QI Group of Companies which raked in a whopping 750 million dollars last year in revenue alone.

Besides his obvious success as a technology entrepreneur, Vijay Eswaran has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Magazine and was last year awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in Global Entrepreneurship during the 8th World Chinese Economic Summit.

This is by no means a cheap achievement as the awarded in considered among the most prestigious on the Asian continent and only presented to one personality every year. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran:

As a company, QI Group has grown in under two decades and transformed into a multi-national company with reaches and operations in more than 20 countries worldwide.

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water Has Just Reached a New Level

Waiakea Volcanic Water has joined the ranks of all the top beverage companies. As of this past January, Waiakea water offered it first big giveaway. Like other household brands, Waiakea’s giveaway reflects its company image. The winner of Waiakea’s “#FollowYourFlow” contest received a free trip to Oahu to experience the Wanderlust Yoga Festival.

The round-trip flight was compliments of Skyscanner, who provided the airfare up to $1000. Waiakea water chose the Yoga Festival because it so perfectly reflected the company’s commitment to balanced and healthy lifestyles. The winner of the contest was sure to love the free healthy lifestyle vacation.

The Wanderlust Yoga Festival took place starting February 23rd and lasted till the 26th. The festival was a huge success among the health enthusiast crowd.

The celebration featured a wide array of world-class yoga instructors, meditation areas, and live music. The festival also embraced its host city by offering local guided outdoor adventures and serving sustainable, local foods.

If Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water sounds like just another bottled water brand claiming to be the best, it isn’t, Arguably, Waiakea is the best bottled water brand in the world. Unlike other bottled water brands, Waiakea is 100 percent naturally from start to finish. It originates as snowmelt and rainfall on the Mauna Loa volcano.

It’s then naturally filtered through thousands of feet of porous volcanic rock. The volcanic rock naturally enriches the water with alkaline, electrolytes, and other nutritious minerals. The filtered and enriched water then spurts up out of springs all over the volcano where it is quickly packaged to maintain its purity.

According to Forbes, Waiakea water is the top bottled water brand in the world for a reason. Not only is the product great in itself, but the company is also one of the most environmentally conscious companies in the world. It was the first premium bottled water brand in America to be CarbonNeutral certified.

Waiakea’s packaging process has limited the company’s carbon footprint to minuscule numbers. Their packaging facilities emit about 90 percent small CO2 than any of their competitors. Learn more about Waiakea water:

Consumers also like the fact that Waiakea has an avid charitable commitment. Ryan Emmons, Founder of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water, always wanted his company to have a philanthropic aspect. Nearly 5 percent of all Waiakea’s revenue is donated to local and global programs and nonprofits.

Tony Petrello

Tony Petrello is the Chief Executive Officer for Nabors Industries Ltd. Nabors Industries Ltd. is a holding company of Nabors Exchange out of Canada. He has held this position since October 28th of 2011 and was the President since 1992.

He also serves as the CEO of Nabors Industries, Inc as well. Before he started in the Nabors empire, he served as a managing partner in the law firm Baker & McKenzie. During his time there he handled international arbitration as well as general corporate law and taxation. He served as the Managing partner of the firm’s New York office from 1986 to 1991.

He also serves as the director of other companies as well such as, Stewart & Stevenson LLC and the Hilcorp Energy Company. Mr Petrello holds a degree from Harvard Law School and 2 degrees in mathematics from Yale University. Mt Petrello is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Texas Children’s hospital and advocates for the research and clinical programs that address the needs of children with neurological disorders.

Tony Petrello provides planning strategic planning initiative and direction that allows his company to quickly adapt to the ever changing environment of the drilling industry. Nabors Industries owns and operates the world’s largest land based drilling company, an is the leading company for offshore drilling as well and not just in the United States but internationally as well. They provide innovative technology throughout the oil and gas markets. With Mr Petrello at the helm, the company will continue to set the highest standard for drilling capabilities.

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