The so-called "high-quality products" are nothing but overpriced shit. I did a price comparison analysis between QNET and non-QNET products. The 3.3 fl. oz. DEFY Dirt Fighter (a facewash) on the QNET e-shop is priced at $37, while Garnier's 3-in-1 charcoal facewash (4.4 fl. oz.) costs for only $8. Similarly, the Physio Radiance Regenerating cream on QNET e-shop costs $106 for 1.7 fl. oz., while Olay Regenerist Retinol24 Max Night Face Moisturizer costs only $33. As far as the partnership with MCFC is concerned, Eric Ries, who wrote "The Lean Startup" considered as the Bible of Startups, coined the term "success theatre" for those companies that sponsor football clubs, etc. to divert the attention of the public from their poor quality products. QNET is doing the same.

Rafey Iqbal Rahman

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