QNET Accepted In Indonesia DSA0
QNET Accepted In Indonesia DSA
Asian direct selling company QNet’s Indonesian subsidiary PT QN International Indonesia was admitted to the Asosiasi Penjualan Langsung Indonesia (APLI), which serves as the Direct Selling Association of Indonesia.
APLI partners with the government for the development of the direct selling and MLM industry in Indonesia to facilitate smooth operations for member companies in the country. Membership in APLI also provides companies with access to various governmental and international programs to help with compliance of operations and improve credibility.
Before being accepted all member companies are put through a stringent process of due diligence. Requirements include having a direct selling license and ability to prove that the company is not engaged in pyramiding activities. The company’s code of ethics must comply with the strict requirements of APLI, and the proposed products should be certified safe and beneficial to society. PT QN International Indonesia was able to successfully demonstrate its compliance with the highest requirements of APLI and was enrolled in the association accordingly.
QNet Indonesia’s Ina Rachman Receives Certificate of Membership from APLI
Chairman of APLI Joko Komar personally handed the certificate of membership Ina Rachman, director of PT QN International. In his speech he congratulated the company on its achievements in the development of the global direct selling industry and expressed confidence in successful cooperation for the Indonesian market.
Ina Rachman expressed gratitude for the reception to the Association: “Today is a special day for QN International Indonesia. We are all very excited about the acceptance to APLI. With APLI’s support we look forward to scaling up our business in Indonesia. This will undoubtedly bring benefits to the country and will provide new opportunities for people and revitalize the region’s economy. “
APLI was founded in 1984 and is considered one of the oldest organizations in this field in Asia. Currently, it has 54 companies as members, including world-renowned leaders in direct sales.