JD.com chief Richard Liu sees drone delivery as a cost-effective way to reach consumers in the Chinese countryside.
Over the next 10 years, JD.com will send 60 senior managers and 350 high-potential management candidates to CEIBS. That’s one of the e-commerce giant’s strategic decisions, as the company’s CEO Liu Qiangdong explained on July 25 during a Master Class, part of CEIBS’ 20th anniversary celebrations.
NEW YORK, May 25, 2017 – MSNBC and NBC News Anchor Richard Lui discusses why the number of boardroom executives who are of Asian descent is low and how high-impact storytelling can be one of the most important characteristics of a prosperous career. (31 min., 31 sec.)
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David Roth, In Retail Conversation with Richard Liu, Founder, Chairman & CEO of JD.com. Richard has been the CEO of JD.com since its founding in 2004. He established JD.com as an e-commerce business dedicated to providing consumers with the best possible shopping experience, online or off.
Chinese Billionaire JD.com (Jingdong) CEO & Founder Richard Liu (Liu Qiangdong) interview with David Rubenstein at the Davos World Economic Forum 2018. The JD.com Founder & CEO Richard Liu discusses his childhood, his wife Zhang Zetian aka “Sister Milk Tea,” starting JD.com (Jingdong), Artificial Intelligence, AI, Drones, Technology, Competition, and the Future.
JD.com Founder Liu Qiangdong (EMBA 2009) thanks his alma mater for the role it has played in his remarkable career.
Richard Liu, chairman and CEO of JD.com, tells CNBC about how his grandfather taught him how to share in the wealth created to ensure sustainability.
Liu Qiangdong says: “We felt that the main reason was a lack of trust towards their Chinese management team.” Wu Xiaobo interviews successful 20 Chinese businessmen from last decade. JD.com, Inc. (Chinese: 京东), also known as Jingdong and formerly called 360buy, is a Chinese e-commerce company headquartered in Beijing.
An interview with Liu Qiangdong form CNBC, the CEO of JD. He said while the interviewing that he emphasis on quality to gain consumer trust, but how long does he gain trust? And where does his bussiness talent come from? How does he save more money than others?