Richard Liu, Founder Of


Richard Liu Qiangdong started and ran, the biggest online store in China. Liu is a Chinese business owner who went to school in the U.S. He is one of the few people who have built successful businesses online. has grown from a start-up to become China’s largest retailer by tracking sales volume and building an “online+offline” hybrid retail model that combines e-commerce with physical stores and customer fulfillment centers across China.

  1. Successful Ventures

Richard Liu serves or has served as an advisor to several technology companies, both in China and abroad. Before founding, Liu was one of the early employees at Yahoo! China, where he served in several roles, including President for Greater China and Vice-President of Asia Pacific.

  1. Philanthropy

Liu’s goal as a philanthropist is to help young people develop their business skills and teach them the Chinese values of honesty and hard work. Liu Qiangdong has consulted for the U.N. World Food Program, which helps feed millions of hungry people worldwide annually.

  1. Accomplishment

As the CEO of, Richard oversees one of China’s largest e-commerce companies, which has risen to become the country’s leading online retailer.

  1. What’s, which Richard Liu started, is China’s biggest online store. It sells clothes, electronics, furniture, and appliances, among other things, to both consumers and businesses. The online mall on gives shoppers a unique way to shop by offering a wide range of well-known domestic and international brands in many different product categories. is the largest e-commerce company in China. It sells products to consumers and businesses in many categories, such as clothing, electronics, home furnishings, and appliances.’s online mall gives consumers a unique shopping experience with a broad selection of well-known domestic and international brands across multiple product categories. Liu is among the few Chinese entrepreneurs who have built successful online businesses. He went to school in the United States. See related link for more information.


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