The Vine has moved!

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We have moved! The Vine, the official blog site of The V, has moved to a new URL with better, cooler-looking website! Our new home is at http://thevblog.the-v.net. The address and look maybe different, but it’s the same blog you love, with all the news, updates, and pictures straight from us to your computer. (And yes, all of our old stuff are still here, too!)

So remember this URL: http://thevblog.the-v.net. What are you waiting for? Check it out!

What do you think of The V Website? Answer this survey and let us know!

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The V’s official website www.the-v.net is our main tool in communicating with IRs around the world, making sure that it’s up to date and that all the things you should know are accessible to you from your own computer or any device with internet browsing capability.

However, this website is not perfect. That’s why we came up with a survey to evaluate how it’s doing and see what we could improve upon. This survey aims to gather important information regarding our very own V Website and your participation is highly important and appreciated.

You can answer the survey at the following link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/F2RYDLD.

Remember, this survey will help us serve you better. Once we gather enough data, we’d be able to improve this website. So watch out for what we have in store for you after this!

Calling all V Elite Leaders, please submit your complete info

We are currently updating the V Elite Leaders database but most of the VLCP passers have incomplete information especially their updated email addresses. In line with this, we are requesting that the following information be sent to us via Abie Pana’s email address: reabie.pana@the-v.net. A Certified V-Elite Leader will have first-hand information on announcement and promos via sms/email.  So they MUST update the following info:

  1. Name
  2. IR Number
  3. Email
  4. Mobile
  5. BB Pin (optional)
  6. Upline
  7. Team
  8. Based Country
  9. Focused Markets

The list of V Elite Leaders can be seen on this link: http://www.the-v.net/training-tools-vlcp/en/

Please submit your info at least on or before 11 February at 6pm HKST.

The Vine: 2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 200,000 times in 2012. If it were Liechtenstein, it would take about 4 years for that many people to see it. Your blog had more visits than a small country in Europe!

Click here to see the complete report.

Thank you for sticking with us this far!

The V, RYTHM Foundation, QNET Indonesia donate Inkjet Printers to Jakarta public schools

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At the end of V-Indonesia 2012, THE V thought of leaving more than just amazing memories of VCON but also something that will help uplift the quality of educational services provided in public schools in Jakarta. So, in collaboration with RYTHM Foundation and with the help of the staff in QNET Indonesia, a total of 16 public schools were given inkjet printers. There were 23 printers given, all in all.

These printers were purchased by The V for the V-Indonesia 2013 registration and in collaboration with RYTHM Foundation, The V has decided to donate said equipment to said 16 public schools in Jakarta to reaffirm The V’s commitment to promote quality education for today’s youth.

QNET Indonesia has helped identify the schools, which are:

NO NAME OF SCHOOL LOCATION
1 MTSN BANJARSARI BANTEN
2 SMPN 3 BANJARSARI BANTEN
3 SMAN 2 BANJARSARI BANTEN
4 SMK AL WATSI BOGOR
5 MTS AL AZIZAH BOGOR
6 SMK WIDIA DHARMA CITEREUP
7 SMPN 2 CITEREUP
8 SEKOLAH MASTER DEPOK
9 SD BATUTIS DEPOK BEKASI
10 SDN Karet Kuningan 1 & 2 JAKARTA SELATAN
11 SDN Karet 01 JAKARTA SELATAN
12 SMP Cendrawasih JAKARTA SELATAN
13 SMP TQT Depok
14 SDN Senopati JAKARTA SELATAN
15 PAUD Al Husna Mampang JAKARTA SELATAN
16 SDN 08 Petang Petukangan JAKARTA SELATAN

Here are some of the photos of the beneficiaries. THE V is truly happy to have made a difference in the lives of these students. 🙂