Richard Liu Qiangdong Talks About His Business Success
Richard Liu founded Jingdong in 1998, and in 2004, Jingdong became the eCommerce platform JD.com. The shift occurred because of changing market conditions as well as the SARS outbreak in China during that year. JD.com sells almost any product that is available on the market, but Liu says that the most popular products tend to be perishable items.
JD.com Offers Quality Service Throughout China
According to Richard Liu Qiangdong, customers in China are able to get orders within several hours no matter where they live. The ability to service rural shoppers was a point of pride for the man who is still the CEO of the company that he founded 15 years ago. He also prides himself on the fact that every customer receives the same level of service regardless of what they buy.
Liu Qiangdong has been recognized by the “Business of Fashion Top Performing Businessmen of 2018”. An award that is very well deserved by Richard Liu Qiangdong. It is a reflection of his consistency and excellence in his business.
What Motivated Liu to Become an Entrepreneur?
Richard Liu Qiangdong said that he was motivated to become successful because of his upbringing. His parents had a business that did not succeed, so there was little money to take care of him and his grandparents. Since the family had no money, there was little hope of Liu ever leaving the country or becoming a part of the government. Go Here to learn more.
Therefore, he had to attempt to make money by starting his own business. Liu Qiangdong was also motivated by the fact that everyone who he went to school with had a strong work ethic. He joked that the success of his classmates and friends was a good thing because no one has asked him for money.
About Richard Liu
Richard Liu is known as both a strong and humble leader who does not seek out the limelight despite the fact that he is a high profile individual. Each year, he spends a day personally delivering items to his company’s customers.
Visit his LinkedIn profile on https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-liu-45113b47/?originalSubdomain=cn