I made Qredible to promote those good companies while exposing the bad ones. If you follow regulations and care about quality, you deserve to be distinguished from those bad actors and to get recognition for your efforts. Unfortunately, it only takes one bad actor to spoil trust in the industry. So, I wanted to create a platform that gives reliable, trustworthy businesses a leg up over those that are misleading others. But my vision for Qredible is for it to become a network of great businesses uplifting and connecting with each other. It will be a place where anyone can go to find the best companies in the industry—to partner with, invest in, work for, and purchase from. And more than that, it can be a motivator for companies to quit corner-cutting and bad practices. Ultimately, it has the potential to create a safer industry for every party involved. Eventually, I see Qredible becoming a symbol of transparency and trust. Consumers see a product on the shelf while shopping and look for that Q checkmark as a beacon of quality.