A real example of return on investment

Apr 09, 2012

We often talk about actions in terms of new programs, buildings and numbers. But we don’t always get to follow the people who benefit from investments of Amway and our distributors and employees.

Today is an exception.

Meet Priyanka Agarwal, a student with 90 percent vision loss, who was seeking meaningful work. She was shortlisted for advanced training at Tata Consultancy Services, but had to decline the training when her grandfather passed away.

Priyanka did not lose hope. She came to the AOF-NAB Centre for Excellence in Kolkata, looking for help, and help was given.

Following her training, Priyanka was found an excellent job with IBM in Bangalore, making a competitive salary using her new skills.

The hard work and dedication of Priyanka is a shining example of what is possible when we invest in the potential of people.

Thanks to Raj Narain for sharing this story.

  • 1 Comment


      Dear Sir/MA’am,
      Have been trying to get your e-mail adress, to contact your foundation to support our upcoming event on “less privilegd children”.
      HAve been a part of Amway for many years , personally, and I know this wonderful organisation supports the needy ones. So, contacting you through this. It would be hughly appreciative, if Amway Oppurtunity Foundation comes forward and helps us in implementing this event fruitfully.. Kindly conatct me on …. Waiting very eagerly for your response…
      Thank you
      With regards,
      Public Realtions Executive,
      Stone Age Media( A part of RH GROUP)

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