We talked to Tania Suganthan, CEO at QUA Nutrition about the best nutrition clinic, and she had the following to say:-
First of all, how are you and your family doing in these COVID-19 times?
Tania Suganthan: We are changing, learning, and adapting to the new normal and future. It’s important to focus on all the positive changes that come in the current situation across, to move forward and grow together.
Tell us about you, your career, how you joined QUA Nutrition.
Tania Suganthan: I would say I am passionate and selfless when it comes to our brand QUA Nutrition that I represent.
I am a positive influencer and best at handling crises. I connect people every day for my common objective Growth for all.
I am a master’s graduate in business administration, and my career experience has spanned from banking to telecom and currently in the wellness industry.
I loved what QUA nutrition does to change people’s health; being a mother of two kids, I was able to resonate with the vision of our founder Mr. Ryan Fernando and wanted to support his journey and be a part of such a positive woman workforce. Yes, you read it right, we are an all-women team in the majority, and I love the fact I am able to empower women parallel in this journey to grow, restart careers, have a healthy work-life balance, and also motivate them to stay fit.
How does QUA Nutrition innovate?
Tania Suganthan: Nutrition is a very dynamic field; we are always learning, researching, and doing things differently to support our client’s goals. Internally we are always learning from feedback and doing what is in the best interest of the company and client; there is never a stop to this; it’s ongoing. This makes our company always fresh on ideas, strategies, and deliverables.
How the coronavirus pandemic affects your business, and how are you coping?
Tania Suganthan: Covid was a game-changer towards discoveries; like everyone else, we moved online and found our way of using technology to adapt and still deliver. We sailed through in flying colors against all odds as a company and community. All is well right now, and we are bang on with regards to our growth.
Did you have to make difficult choices, and what are the lessons learned?
Tania Suganthan: Yes, we had difficult choices that we had to make to sustain and survive. What we did, we had to do for the betterment of a bigger force; hence all decisions that were taken were in sync with a bigger picture and progress. When you explain to your employees objectively why some changes are done, they will support and understand the change better.
What specific tools, software, and management skills are you using to navigate this crisis?
Tania Suganthan: We have our own software for client work, Whatsapp, Skype, and Zoom have been the backbone for team meetings and with clients.
Who are your competitors? And how do you plan to stay in the game?
Tania Suganthan: We are best in the nutrition business and do have certified, and uncertified competition, but our work speaks for why people come to us and why we have happy clients; it’s simple we are the BMW in the nutrition business, you can’t get better. We have the best powerhouse of knowledge, experience, and a woman workforce.
Your final thoughts?
Tania Suganthan: I am here to support my team of women to grow and empower themselves. Our Happy workforce are the proactive doctors that save lives, help people win medals for the country, and keep the people fit and healthy.
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