Sharp a leading technology company recently partnered with Qnet to market it Plasma Ion Purifier. The Japanese technology company entered into a strategic plan with Qnet of India. They plan to market the product through the e-commerce site. The pilot program plans to offer two models of the Plasma Cluster Ion Air Purifier. One is for indoor use and other for cars.
The product will be sold on Qnet‘s redemption e-store where customers can claim gifts in exchange for points they earned on the site. The air purifier uses an ion technology that generates positive and negative ions that eliminate harmful substances in the air. It eliminates pollen, dust, viruses, mold, dust, gases, and odors. It creates a nice smell indoors or in cars.
Both companies want to offer innovative products that help consumers. Kishalay Ray, President of Consumer Business at Sharp in India says that Qnet has shown innovation in their health and wellness segment. This is the best distribution network for their products. With their help, we will reach an educated shopper that trusts their products and services.
The CEO of the Qnet franchise in India, Suresh Thimiri says that say both companies place importance on innovative and quality products. That is why they complement each other. The Plasma Cluster Ion Air Purifier uses an active system that generates fresh air. The system destroys germs and pollutants and does not use filters like other air purifiers.
It will be a co-branded air purifier called Sharp/Qnet Plasma Cluster Air Purifier. The air purifier is available at Qnet redemption store in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore.