For any business to thrive, it needs to earn the trust of its prospects by proving to them that it has what it takes to meet and surpass their expectations. This is a fact that Richard Liu Qiangdong of Jindong found out two decades ago, and is what has been his main secret ingredient
In the world of entrepreneurship and Business Richard Liu is already a renowned, aggressive, and a dominant personality. Richard Liu Qiangdong is the Chief Executive Officer and the founder of JD.com. This is one of the greatest e-commerce platforms in China. The platform is currently estimated to have a net worth of worth $57.6 billion.
Richard Liu Qiangdong visited Dallas in January 2018 and spared some time to share on what had fueled the tremendous success that has been witnessed in his business over. He is the brain behind JD.com. Reports by Forbes indicate that it is leading the China online business market with a net worth of $11
JD.com is the largest retailer in the world. It completes billions of transactions every year. Their vast infrastructure can send millions of orders across China to be delivered the same day. They sell everything from clothing to car parts to electronics. An operation of this size uses millions of packages. JD.com is finding a way
Most people in America and the West, the biggest online retail giants in China is Alibaba. All that many people have heard about is the interviews with Jack Ma and the extremely popular IPO on the American markets. But not as many know about JD.com and Richard Liu Quiangdong in America unless they are
JD.com or Jingdong Mall has built a very strong and lucrative business relationship with Ruyi-owned Trinity Group. The two companies have a strategic agreement that includes a host of different things as well as a series of initiatives in fashion tech. There are currently 4 brands from the Trinity Group that are available through the
China’s JD.com has always been setting the pace in the realm of e-commerce through its innovative use of technology. For instance, despite being the first large-scale e-commerce firm to own a countrywide in-house logistics system, and also being the first e-commerce company to launch drone deliveries, JD.com is once again setting the bars high
JD.com also known as Jingdong Mall has significantly expanded in China and is now looking for strategies that can help the company to move outside the country and start operating in other parts of the world. However, moving to other parts of the world might expose the company to extreme competition, some of which it