12 months of turnover from 500 thousand to 10 billion he did not sign the agreement Sequoia to grab

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< introduction > an acre field was established in 2011; it is a B2B platform for block trading of agricultural products. Although the company has grown by 2000% in the past 4 years, it is not until this sentence was fermented in social media that an acre of farmland was first known to the internet. He did not sign the agreement to grab Sequoia direct money

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Mu Tian, founder and CEO, Deng Jinhong,

three months ago, the Southern Weekend reporter first walked into an acre of farmland office, when the company only 1300 people, is a large number of hiring.

people crowded in a small office, even at the entrance to the bathroom, also put a screen, built a temporary station. To visit the peace talks, you can only put two chairs in the passage. The company’s only conference room staff are basically not scheduled, and every day there are a number of County inspection delegation here to visit.

three months later today, when the Southern Weekend reporters entered the fields again, their office areas expanded several times and rented several new offices in the next building. Employees break through 3000 people.

that’s the Internet speed. There are insiders who sigh, the last Internet industry such a rapid growth of the company or group buying industry when the rise of the United States Mission network.

Mu Tian was established in 2011 and is a B2B platform for block trading of agricultural products. Although the company has grown by 2000% in the past 4 years, it is not until this sentence was fermented in social media that an acre of farmland was first known to the internet.

Mu Tian founder and CEO Deng Jinhong was born in 1985, after graduating from University, the two venture failed, twice entered Baidu. Finally, an acre of farmland was created. In July 10th, in a speech at the geek Park, he said, "20% of the food you eat every day is probably an acre of land.".

tried five directions,

has only sixth directions to make money, and this is the "where to go" model of agricultural products trading information.

in 2009, the Baidu marketing department was doing a rural informatization project. No one wanted to take over. I went on and made it the most successful public project of Baidu at that time.

Two years of the project of

, completely changed my fate, I understand a lot of rural social contact and found a phenomenon: I grew up in the countryside before the age of four, but did not think of the past 20 years, my childhood memories in the rural areas, with rural areas now is not what big change. I remember when there are still many rural young labor force, now almost only the elderly and left-behind children, empty nest phenomenon is serious, China in 700 thousand villages, many villages and even disappeared.

China’s rural areas and farmers should not be like this. People in the city are enjoying modern technology

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