Guangxi female business network to share entrepreneurial experience Deng Ya Ping told Guangxi entre

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, the eighth women’s forum for global network operators, was held in Hangzhou on the afternoon of September 9th, which aims to encourage women to start their business through e-commerce. According to data provided by the organizing committee, Taobao women entrepreneurs accounted for more than half of all entrepreneurs, reflecting the Internet is suitable for women entrepreneurs grow fertile soil. According to "Guangxi" and "female", "net" of these three words, through on-site guests and outside Guangxi local outstanding female network business stories, whether male or female network, can learn from

Deng Ya Ping sharing successful experience

in September last year, former tennis star Deng Ya Ping as "people search" general manager, added to the female workers in the network team. Speaking at the women’s forum, Deng Ya Ping said she was surprised and excited to learn that more than half of Taobao’s network operators were women. She said: "there is a saying in China," women are half the sky, "which can be felt by this group of Internet operators."

reporter had learned that, Deng Ya Ping served as deputy general manager of Guangxi Blaupunkt Food Co., Ltd. in Yulin in 1995, after the company moved to Beihai in 1996, the establishment of Guangxi Deng Ya Ping group company". In her pioneering career, and Guangxi have an indissoluble bond.

at the end of the lecture is to interact with you link, the reporter asked Deng Ya Ping: "do poineering work in Guangxi experienced what?" she heard behind a smile replied: "just do some sports clothing, not too much involved in the substantive work. Now do "people search" is a true sense of entrepreneurship, we will learn from Alibaba, fit the user’s habits, including the introduction of products to make public favorite products. We will also face many problems, but we will surely step by step and move forward with our feet on the ground."

Deng Ya Ping three life insights:

first, strength determines position, position determines right of speech.

second, it’s never too late to do anything.

third, be sure to believe in yourself, and trust your team, believe in the Internet, believe that this era has entrusted us with such a mission, I believe that this era can give us the opportunity to create miracles.

female network operators self-confidence to start

in this forum, the famous host, psychology doctoral MS Zhang Yiyun throws guests to the site of a problem: if you want to do a sort of words, what do you think is one of the top three women entrepreneurs were prepared? On three successful women made a wonderful answer, some think it is the passion and effort well, be prepared to fail, some think it is brave and tough and calm.

for Ms. Zhang Yiyun’s three question, the reporter invited the outstanding female network operators in Guangxi to answer.

"my greatest achievement is my own children."." When asked about the biggest achievement of life, has been in Guangxi, under the net business.

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