JD founder Richard Liu Qiangdong was invited to attend an annual business forum. When attending this forum, Richard Liu sat down with a panelist and talked about his career and business experience. At first, Richard talked about his educational background and then discussed his first experience as an entrepreneur. While he was talking at the forum, Richard Liu also discussed his primary objectives as an entrepreneur. He said that he wants to make a valuable impact on society rather than achieve great wealth. Liu also mentioned that he is looking to expand the company into more regions in the world in the near future.
Richard Liu Qiangdong pursued a higher education once he was finished with his compulsory education. Liu went to a leading university in Beijing to study and complete an educational program in sociology. Richard Liu also went on to pursue a graduate level degree in business administration. While he was still in college, Richard taught himself computer programming. This provided him with an essential skill that can help him attain quality employment opportunities once he was done with his higher education programs. The entrepreneurial career of Richard Liu Qiangdong began while he was still a student. During this time, he founded a restaurant which provided him with first hand experience on how to run a business.
Since he was very busy with his schoolwork, he wasn’t able to devote enough time to running the restaurant. As a result, this venture failed but he went on to continue entrepreneurship in the future. In the meantime, he went on to work as a computing professional and executive. During the next several years, Richard Liu Qiangdong worked in the computing field. He spent time in computer programming and executive management. Liu was part of a leading company known as Japan Life. Richard Liu eventually resigned from this company to found another business in the retail industry. His second business closed down and he decided to start up another company. Liu founded JD in 2005 and built it into one of the most successful retailers in the world by using ecommerce solutions and offering fast shipping to customers.
Brazil is the 7th largest economy in the world and by far the most important in South America. Despite the size of the Brazilian economy, there was no immunity from the global recession that hit in 2008. Brazil suffered a double blow that resulted in significant damage to the economy and intern South America as a whole. Not only was there an economic crisis, but also a political one that culminated in the impeachment of the sitting president. The fallout of the political turmoil caused significant damage to the economy as many private sector business people froze investments and project implementation. Get the latest update on his twitter to find out more
Felipe Montoro Jens is a reporter, businessman, consultant, and infrastructure expert and has been reporting specifics regarding the economic, political and plans regarding infrastructure in not only Brazil but South America. In 2017, Felipe reported on a 57 project, $R44 billion infrastructure and debt reduction package set to reach 22 sectors. This announcement came as welcoming news as the country at that time felt to be in a political and economic free fall. These projects would include details to drastically lower the deficit of the country while implementing much need infrastructure projects to improve roads, water sanitation, and sewage and transportation projects.
The BR153 and BR364 were included to get a complete makeover, which was welcoming news for those traveling and doing business between Annapolis, Alianca, Comodoro and Proto Velho. Felipe interviewed the mayor of Rio de Janeiro, where the commissioner revealed an investment of more than R$ 2 million to hire the International Finance Corp (IFC) as professional consultants to implement the construction of 60,000 daycare centers. Mr. Montoro also reported on the public light upgrades in Belo Horizonte. The capital city of Belo Horizonte implemented the most significant example of the power of the public, private partnerships in history by upgrading all public lighting to the LEDs.
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