Vijay Eswaran is an author and an entrepreneur. He was born in Malaysia where he also grew up. As for his higher education studies, he went to England. While in England, he undertook a degree in economics. He then furthered his studies by undertaking an MBA. Since he was now ripe for the job market, he went on to work in various countries including Canada, the U.S., and Australia.
Vijay Eswaran has held many job positions in his entire life. He has ever worked as a cab driver as well as at a gas station where he was an attendant. These experiences molded Vijay Eswaran into the man that he is today. He also utilizes philosophies that he got from engineers, monks, professors, farmers, and other individuals. Such philosophies always guide him towards greatness.
While in the U.S., Vijay Eswaran was working at IBM where he was an engineer. At IBM, Vijay Eswaran got some exposure that would become invaluable to him in the nearby future. He got to learn about the online e-commerce industry while working at IBM. Since he was interested in the sales industry, he knew that he would have to come up with a company that would later serve as one of the major players in the industry. Vijay Eswaran also learned how to be more vocal while in the U.S. He also became an outgoing individual. All these qualities have contributed to his success as a business leader.
Vijay Eswaran also came to appreciate free-market capitalism while in the U.S. To bring his business interests into a reality, Vijay Eswaran established the QI Group in 1998. The company operates from Hong Kong. Since 1998, Vijay Eswaran exploited his entrepreneurial skills and his capabilities as a business leader to enhance the growth of the company. Currently, the QI Group is one of the prominent e-commerce companies in Asia. Additionally, the company is also operating internationally. As a philanthropist, Vijay Eswaran has used a substantial amount of his income to offer some assistance to the less privileged individuals in the society. His charitable acts have also won him titles such as “Hero of Philanthropy.”