5 Things You Didn't Know About Walmart
- Jingdong, the company's original name, links the first names of founder Liu Qiangdong and college sweetheart, Gong Xiajing.
- The name of the US website, JoyBuy.com, comes from the logo and mascot adopted by the company in 2013, a dog named Joy.
- Company founder and CEO Liu orders at least twice daily from JoyBuy.com parent company JD.com to ensure the products and service meet his standards.
- When Liu once received slightly melted ice cream in an order, he devoted that morning's scheduled meeting to solving the packing and delivery problem.
- Move over, Amazon! JD.com drones currently fly at speeds up to 62 mph and transport packages weighing 5 to 66 pounds.
Where is the promo code box on Walmart.com and how do I redeem the code?
To redeem a coupon at JoyBuy.com, place your items in your shopping cart. When you're finished shopping, you can go to your shopping cart, but to check out, you will need to create an account using your email address and password. Once you create your account, you can log in, and you will be sent to the checkout page. Enter your shipping address and save it. You do not need to enter your passport information. To enter your coupon code, click on the small dot at the bottom of the checkout page next to the word coupon, and enter your code in the box that appears. Click on the button that says "Submit Order" at the bottom of the left hand side of the page to go to the payment page. You will have 48 hours to enter your payment information or your order will be canceled. You can use PayPal, Diner's Club, JCB, Qiwi Wallet, and Yandex Money in addition to the usual credit cards.
JoyBuy.com, like Amazon.com and Walmart, is a large-scale retailer. JoyBuy.com operates solely as an ecommerce business with no brick-and-mortar stores. JoyBuy.com is a Chinese company based in Beijing.
JoyBuy.com is part of JD.com, which was founded in July 1998 by Liu Qiangdong, who simplifies things for westerners by using the name Richard Liu for business. Originally, the company was a brick-and-mortar store called Jingdong that sold electro -optical products from its location in Zhongguancun High-tech Industrial Park in Beijing. By 2003, Liu had created a small chain with 12 stores which had expanded to selling computers, mobile phones, and other electronics.
However, during the outbreak of SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) in southern China from November 2002 to July 2003, the staff and clients of Jingdong were forced to remain at home. Liu reconsidered the direction of his business. He founded JD.com and opened his first online retail site, Jingdong Mall, in 2004, and, in 2005, he closed all of his brick-and-mortar stores.
In 2007, Liu changed the domain name of the company website to 360buy.com. In 2013, the 365buy.com website rebranded, adopting the company name JD.com as the new URL. At the same time, the company adopted a new logo, a mascot dog named Joy which symbolizes JoyBuy.com's mission to make life carefree and joyful.
The company seeks to become the most trustworthy company in the world by pursuing its core values of integrity, honesty, accountability, gratitude, service, commitment, teamwork, passion, innovation, continuing to learn, becoming better, and by putting the customer first. JD.com an eBay-like site which enabled individuals and businesses to sell and distribute their own merchandise, but Liu refused to tolerate the counterfeit merchandise that appeared and closed it.
Through JoyBuy.com, JD.com seeks to introduce the US consumers and consumers around the world to high quality products from manufacturers in China and elsewhere around the world at competitive prices. JoyBuy.com's parent company, JD.com, is one of the two largest ecommerce companies in China.
In June 2016, Walmart sold its Chinese ecommerce business to JD.com in exchange for a stake in the company. In July 2017, Walmart and JD.com joined forces to launch their first annual JD-Walmart shopping festival, held on August 8, 2017.
In this YouTube video entitled JD.com CEO On Donald Trump's Impact On Business In China , Liu (Richard) Qiangdong talks about his partnerships with US manufacturers and Alibaba.
JD.com began as a technology-focused company, and it continues that focus through maintaining and improving an online platform that supports rapid growth while providing the latest in cutting-edge services and technology to its suppliers and customers. For example, JD.com leads the world in the use of high tech and artificial intelligence to create a delivery system that employs drones and robots. Surpassing Amazon, JD.com already owns the largest drone delivery system, capability, and infrastructure in the world. It is currently building drone-delivery airports and testing robot delivery services.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC, company founder and CEO Liu (Richard) Qiangdong stated that drone delivery can reduce the cost of logistics to areas of rural China by 70 percent. The company hires a delivery person who lives in the village or local area. The drones fly orders to the backyard of the local delivery person, and he delivers the package to the purchaser. However, in order to maintain the level of service that draws customers in China, village delivery people must maintain a high level of customer satisfaction. Just two customer complaints can be grounds for firing.
While JoyBuy.com continues the company's dedication to customer service and initial focus on electronics with a range of cell phones from a variety of manufacturers, electronic scales, fitness bracelets, and other computer and electronic gear, its offerings have expanded far afield. In June 2017, the company invested $39 million into forming a partnership with Farfetched, a retailer of luxury items. Consequently, JoyBuy.com now offers fur coats, including mink. In addition to men's and women's clothes, jewelry, and accessories, you will also find furniture and decorative items for your home, sports and camping equipment, appliances, personal health care products, and even automotive products. Some of the recent additions to the JoyBuy.com product line include novels and nonfiction books by Chinese authors.
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JoyBuy.com on Facebook: On Facebook, JoyBuy.com posts frequently. They share product videos and announcements of sales, and photos of featured products. They will respond to messages sent through Facebook within a few hours. However, while people react with likes and emojis, there are few posts from customers on the page or responses to posts made by JoyBuy.com, so there is little interaction here. Keep in mind, though, that JoyBuy.com's parent company is based in China. and it has an international customer base. So, language barriers may be interfering with social interaction.
JoyBuy.com on Pinterest: On Pinterest, JoyBuy.com includes boards featuring men's and women's clothing, outdoor sports gear, electronics, smart phones, and home appliances.
JoyBuy.com on Instagram: On Instagram, JoyBuy.com shares photos from its adds. If you click on the photos, you'll find short descriptions of the products. Customers do respond with likes and comments on Instagram.
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