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Qnet Is Committed To Uplifting Nigerian Women Via The Use Of Entrepreneurship

Qnet commits to empowering Nigerian women via entrepreneurship

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qnet, a global direct selling company founded on e-commerce, empowers women in Nigeria through entrepreneurship and the provision of valuable training, mentorship, and education that helps them cultivate practical skills and knowledge that they can apply to their direct selling businesses. While commemorating the present International Women’s Week, Qnet in Nigeria emphasized the significance of equipping women with the necessary tools to help them flourish in entrepreneurship, in line with the International Women’s Day theme of ‘break the prejudice.’

Direct selling creates prospects for women’s empowerment in Africa and throughout the globe since women account for the vast majority of those who use the model to increase their income creation, as opposed to males. Direct selling enables one to start a business with little or no capital outlay, and it provides for more flexibility in terms of time and space and a more streamlined work process. To this end, women of all ages, educational levels, and socioeconomic backgrounds may benefit from the model’s equal access, which demands honesty and strenuous effort on all participants.

According to the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations (WFDSA), women are the driving force behind the industry, which estimates that 74.4 percent of direct selling representatives throughout the world are female.

“Direct selling is providing Nigerian women with a valuable opportunity to balance their professional and personal lives on their terms; while also enabling them to overcome barriers that often prevent them from entrepreneurship – such as a lack of capital, time, and skills,” said Biram Fall, QNET Regional General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa. “Through our training, we guarantee that our independent representatives, the majority of whom are women, get hands-on experience while also expanding their professional networks.”

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