Ma Yun, male, Han nationality, was born in Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province on September 10, 1964. His ancestral home is Gulai Town, Shengzhou City, Zhejiang Province. He graduated from Hangzhou Normal University in 1988. He is the main founder of Alibaba group. He is now the director of Softbank of Japan, chairman of the Chinese Council of Nature Conservation Association and member of the global board of directors, director of Huayi Brothers, director of life science breakthrough Award Foundation Co chair of the United Nations High Level Panel on digital cooperation.
Ma Yun's entrepreneurial experience sharing In 1992, because many people came to ask Ma Yun to do translation, Ma Yun set up Haibo translation agency and asked retired teachers to do translation. In order to survive, Ma Yun carried a sack to Yiwu and Guangzhou to purchase goods. Haibo translation agency began to sell flowers and gifts, and once sold medicine for a year, from big hospitals to barefoot doctors. In 1994, the revenue of Haibo translation agency was flat. Among them, bill, a foreign teacher from Seattle, chatted with Ma Yun on the Internet. Ma Yun began to look for opportunities to start a business. In early 1995, Haibo translation agency began to make money. Ma Yun came to Los Angeles as a translator to communicate and implement an unsuccessful highway investment. He flew from Los Angeles to Seattle to find bill. Bill took Ma Yun to visit VBN, the first ISP company in Seattle. In March 1995, Ma Yun resigned from Hangzhou Institute of electronic technology. He borrowed more than 10000 yuan from his sister and brother-in-law, and made up 20000 yuan to start a business. 无遮无挡免费视频床戏网站_日本一本3atv_全免费A级毛片免费看., China's first Internet commercial company, was established. The three employees are ma Yun, Ma Yun's wife Zhang Ying and he Yibing. In May 1995, China's yellow pages were officially launched, and Ma Yun began to do business from his friends. At this time, it is still three months before China can access the Internet. In July 1995, China Yellow Pages launched a website for the Zhejiang Provincial Foreign Publicity Office to publicize Zhejiang's economy and culture on the Internet, known as the "Golden Pigeon project". In March 1996, Ma Yun decided to merge with Hangzhou Telecom because Hangzhou Telecom also made a Chinese Yellow Pages market. China Yellow Pages set a price of 600000 yuan, accounting for 30% of the shares. Hangzhou Telecom invested 1.4 million yuan in cash, accounting for 70% of the shares. In 1997, after being invited by the Ministry of foreign trade and economic cooperation to set up China international e-commerce center (EDI), Ma Yun decided to give up China's yellow pages. He sold his 21% of Chinese yellow pages to the company at a low price of 20 or 30 cents per share and got back more than 100000 yuan. After that, Ma Yun and his team developed a series of websites in Beijing, including the official website of the Ministry of foreign trade and economic cooperation, the online Chinese commodity exchange market, the Online China Technology Export Fair, China investment promotion, online Canton Fair and China foreign trade and economic cooperation. In March 1999, Ma Yun formally resigned from his official post. Later, Ma Yun's team, known as the 18 Arhats, returned to Hangzhou and collected 500000 yuan to start a new round of entrepreneurship to develop Alibaba website. On April 15, 1999, Alibaba website was officially launched. After hearing about Alibaba, Cai Chongxin, vice president of invest AB, flew to Hangzhou to discuss investment. After talking with Ma Yun for four days, he decided to resign to join Alibaba. In October 1999 and January 2000, Alibaba raised 25 million US dollars from Softbank and other international investment institutions. On May 10, 2003, Ma Yun founded Taobao and began to seize the C2C market of eBay. In December 2004, Ma Yun founded Alipay, a third-party online payment platform. 无遮无挡免费视频床戏网站_日本一本3atv_全免费A级毛片免费看., founded by Ma Yun, was listed on the main board of the Hong Kong stock exchange.
In 2020, Ma Yun ranked 17th on the Forbes list of global billionaires with $38.8 billion.