QNET Empowers Women To Succeed

Seeking an equilibrium between the traditional role of the woman in the family and satisfying a desire to realize financial independence, many young women are exploring the opportunity of controlling their own destiny and becoming successful entrepreneurs.

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Khaled Diab, Regional General Manager, QNET MENA, stated “QNET has always been a keen supporter of women’s rights and of gender equality. Based on the statistics provided by the Direct Selling Association 74.4% of the Independent Representatives and workforce working in the direct selling business are women.”

As a means towards enhancing their family’s lifestyle, women are entering the direct selling sector. Mega direct selling entity QNET, in association with International Women’s Day, is making such a dream come true. Cosmetics, skin care and premiere Swiss watches and timepieces are just a few of the many products that QNET merchandises through its independent representatives.

QNET promotes their direct selling business model to women as an auspicious and rewarding opportunity to capitalize on their abilities. Women can set their timetable when to work in conjunction with their family’s needs. Such flexibility serves as a platform for women to achieve their goals and fulfill their vision.

The United States Agency International Development acknowledged the rapid advancement of women as leaders in the global marketplace. They contend that to groom women for success at all levels of society, they must be afforded access to education, medical care, well-being and contemporary technologies. One official from the United States Agency International Development further remarked, “They must have control of resources, lands, and markets and they must have equal rights and equal opportunities as breadwinners, peace-builders and leaders.”

Dominating the direct selling sector, in Asia since its inception in 1998, QNET offers a many lifestyles enriching products via its online marketplace, distribution network and independent selling representatives in over 100 nations. QNET holds membership in the Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines Direct Selling Association and the Health Food Association in Hong Kong.

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Posted by QNET (Official) on Monday, February 22, 2016

The Future Looks Bright for Fiber Optic Goliath Coriant

I wouldn’t be surprised if you told me that you’ve never heard of the company Coriant. I would, however, be surprised to learn that you didn’t make use of their technology when accessing this web page.

Coriant is a vendor of fiber optic hardware that is used to help support the vast networks that provide internet service. Their high-speed digital products transfer data along the backbones of almost every major internet service provider around the world.

The company gained its independence in 2013. The technology they supply is a product of Siemens Optical Networks, Tellabs, and Sycamore Networks. The new company is focusing on the initial success of its predecessors to usher in a new age of light based communication.

The genesis of the company was a result of a firm known as Marlin Equity Partners. Shaygan Kheradpir, who joined Marlin Equity Partners briefly, became the CEO of Coriant and continues that role to this day.

Kheradpir is more than qualified for such a prestigious role. His history in the telecommunications and finance industries is certainly unprecedented. His previous roles include CIO/CTO of Verizon and COO of Barclays. There are few more qualified and confident to run a global fiber optic empire than Kheradpir.

Kheradpir has enjoyed much success in business despite the stigmas associated with his Iranian upbringing. He was born in London and raised in Iran. When it came time to attend college Kheradpir moved to the United States to attend the prestigious Cornell University. There he earned his doctoral degree in electrical engineering.

There’s no doubt that Coriant has the technology and talent necessary to compete in the highly competitive telecommunications field moving forward. Their bright ideas and forward thinking are sure to shine through as the world continues to move ever closer to fiber optic technology being installed in every home.

Shaygan Kheradpir: Coriant’s New C.E.O.

Coriant, which is an innovative networking solutions supplier with a proven record of supplying network operators that are the leading in countries that are over 100, has appointed Shaygan Kheradpir as its C.E.O. and Chairman of the Board. He had previously worked with the company’s senior management from early this year. He had been an Operating Partner at the Marlin Equity Partners. He is expected to leverage his involvement with the company’s operations and strategic planning. He assumes his new position with an aim of driving the company’s growth strategy as well as strengthen its focus on the solutions that do matter most to Coriant’s customers in the present competitive and highly dynamic end-user markets. He is to succeed Pat DiPietro, President and CEO, who is expected to transition to the post of the Vice Chairman and Operating Partner at Marlin.

Shaygan Kheradpir

He is a leader with a proven record as well as an extensive business, operational and industry experience. His expertise and leadership will play an important role for Coriant as the demand for the end-user applications that are data-intensive which are driving the expanding market opportunities. This includes the 100G to the multi-terabit coherent metro as well as long haul transport deployments, cloud infrastructure build-outs, hyper-scale data center and mobile backhaul upgrades with the evolvement to 4G and 5G. Shaygan is a technology and business leader, who is recognized with an executive experience that runs for 28 years in the industries of technology, financial and telecom.

He started off his career with a stint at GTE Corporation, he was later appointed as Verizon’s EVP, member of the executive leadership team dealing with system modernizations, innovation,efficiency and pioneer product initiatives. This included FiOS which forms an infrastructure program in the U.S. that is one of the largest infrastructure programs with over $20 billion capital investment. He then joined Barclays as a Chief Operations and Technology Officer as well as served as a bank executive Committee member. During his time at Barclays he was in a leadership position when the company initiated the TRANSFORM program. After this role he was appointed CEO, Jupiter Networks where he was involved in developing an Integrated Operating Plan for it and executed strategic growth markets for High IQ Networking and Cloud Builder. He holds a Ph.D., Masters and a bachelor in Engineering, Cornell University. Learn more about this appointment here.