Richard Liu Qiangdong Owns China’s E-Commerce Giant

The World Economic Forum brings together some of the most renowned global leaders. There are men and women who have displayed the knowledge and insight to reach the highest positions in their area of expertise. Powerful leaders in business, government and religion gather to share their ideas and thoughts in Davos, the long reigning location for the forum.

Richard Liu Qiangdong, who also goes by the name of Richard Liu, was present at the 2018 World Economic Forum. He is the head of the largest e-commerce company in China. Richard Liu founded, and he serves as the chief executive officer and chairman of this extremely successful platform. He has years of experience as a businessman and a large employer. The climate of the economic environment is constantly in a state of change. Richard Liu Qiangdong and other leaders understand that companies must be in a position to adapt to these changes to survive and thrive in today’s global economy. This has been a major factor that has helped to raise to the top-ranking level that it currently enjoys. The company has millions of customers.

Richard Liu first started his business as a traditional retailer in 1998. In 2004, he founded and converted his company to an online only business. Richard wanted his platform to stand out in a number of ways, including its capacity for quick deliveries. His customers can receive same day delivery, and the company will even drop off an order by car. Richard Liu Qiangdong also incorporates the use of a drone delivery process that he developed to reach consumers in all of the regions that serves.

Richard is 46 years old, and he is currently noted as number 272 on Forbes billionaire list for 2019. He is one of the wealthiest men in China in which he ranks as the 30th richest individual in that country. Richard Liu resides with his family in Beijing. He has a bachelor’s degree from China’s Renmin University.

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