With a socio-economics degree from the School of Economics in London, a degree in binary marketing from the UK CIMA, as well as an MBA from the University of Southern Illinois, Vijay Eswaran has lived up to his full potential. Vijay has ventured in more than one career path after spending his first year from the University wondering in different cities of the UK and taking on a series of random jobs for upkeep. His relocation to the US was followed by his working for a company called Synaptics. Later on, he relocated regularly between North America and South East parts of Asia working as an engineer for information systems.
Vijay as an author and public speaker
Vijay Eswaran took to writing from a young age but published his first book officially in 2005. The book is titled “in the sphere of silence.” In this book, he gives his readers a look into the management philosophy of his personal life. In one of the chapters, he reveals that he starts his day with one whole hour of silence to reflect and recollect himself.
The second book he released is titled” in the thinking zone.” This one came out in mid-2008 and contained a series of life reflections and thoughts by Vijay. The other book written by Vijay is called “18 stepping stones”. It was published and released in 2010. There is also the book “on the wings of thought” that came out in 2011.
Vijay is an active speaker who speaks on matters of business and management. He has been invited to talk on several forums including the sixth edition of the Indian Pravasi Bharatiya Divas.
Vijay as a multilevel marketing expert
After the constant relocation and diverse job positions, the 57-year-old decided to settle and focus entirely on MMM (multilevel marketing). He partnered with a fellow marketer and co-founded an MMM company called QI Group in Asia. The company now owns several businesses in media, communication and telecommunication, wellness and training, travel industry and investment market.
Eswaran as a humanitarian
Eswaran Vijay is the founder of the Rhythm Foundation and the Vijayaratnam Foundation in Asia and Malaysia.