Richard Liu Qiangdong Growing The online Business Fraternity

  Richard Liu is one of the wealthiest business personalities in the world. He is the founder and CEO of the biggest retailer in China known as JD.com. As the head of this company, he has seen it develop from a small business into now a $60 billion business. JD.com currently employs over 167,000 employees with over 30000 being added in the past year. JD.com is currently ranked at number four in China by market value, and according to Richard Liu, they are working towards the number one position. He dreams that one day, JD.com will be the biggest company in the world. He believes that the biggest company in…
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Ashley Lightspeed and her ventures

Lightspeed Venture Partners began in1999 to support businesses which are at early stages of their growth. They wanted to ensure the startups with a potential to grow can have a chance to thrive and compete with other established businesses. Some of the partners are highly successful, and they are passionate about helping these companies to achieve their missions. They are Ashley Lightspeed, Aaron Battalion, Alex Taussig, Chris Schaepe and Andrew Moley. The relationship between Ashley Lightspeed and Lightspeed Ventures started when she was learning at Stanford GSB. She had worked at Bain before as a consultant. She also had the experience of working at Thumbtack where she was in the…
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How Jingdong Is Helping The E-Commerce Industry

  When it comes to finding the right online retailer that offers privacy, security and a variety of options, there is none better than Jingdong. JD.com offers a range of e-commerce options for those who want to not only set up their own online businesses, but want to purchase high-quality products that are unlike anything they might have made use of in the past. Not only are they able to do this for you in a way that is inexpensive, but they can provide this service in a way that makes your online shopping experience a lot more secure and safe than you've ever imagined. Along with providing a secure…
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Richard Liu; The E-commerce Guru

  Richard Liu is the CEO and founder of JD.com, the biggest online retailer in China. Richard Liu started the company after trying out different businesses. Richard’s first business was a restaurant in Beijing which was shut down after some time. However, he didn’t give up in his quest to be the best entrepreneur. He again started a magneto-optical product shop, Jingdong in 1998. In a recent interview, Richard Liu confessed that name was coined from his name and his then girlfriend’s name. Jingdong became hugely successful, and in only five years he had opened 12 stores spread across China. But in 2003, came the SARS outbreak that caused a…
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Vijay Eswaran’s Noble Accomplishments

Vijay Eswaran is popularly known for his entrepreneurial skills and he's also a motivational speaker as well as a philanthropist. Being the Co-Founder and the executive chairman of the QI Group of Companies that is involved in multiple fields in the market including real estate, direct selling, hospitality, retail and education in multiple countries. He is not only known for being a professional economist but also as an author of "In the Sphere of Silent," which is the best-selling book. He has six books in total. He has also received several awards and honours for his accomplishments and achievements in the business world. Personal Background Vijay Eswaran started off in…
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Journey From Selling To E-Commerce Platform

  A failed restaurant business in mid-twenties would have been a setback for many, but for Richard Liu Qiangdong, the founder and CEO of Jingdong. it was a stepping stone for his next initiative. After a short time of selling healthcare products, Richard Liu stepped into retail, setting up his own ‘Jingdong’ store that sold computer accessories in Beijing, China. JD.com or also known as Jingdong, expanded to about twelve stores when Richard faced the next big challenge in 2004, in the form of SARS epidemic that broke out and made face to face interactions with customers who could possibly infected a risky proposition for his employees. The downside was…
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