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The digital world is an exciting place to be. More and more firms are trying to switch to E-commerce, and rightfully so. There is no question that this industry has boomed over the last couple of years, and it is likely to continue its upward trajectory and rapid expansion in 2022 and for many years to come.
This prospect for success and long-term viability is thrilling, engaging, and intriguing for entrepreneurs. So whether you’ve previously been involved in the world of E-commerce or are just trying to get your first endeavor off the ground, now is the time to get your foot in the door.
Plus, if you have both an online and a physical business, it’s also vital that you bridge the gap between the two. For instance, when customers visit your physical store and then go to your website, they should have the same exceptional experience online as they do in-person.
Everyone has the potential to succeed as an entrepreneur, and perhaps the story of Jacky Chou will prove exactly that. So, let’s join him on his journey and see how he approaches challenges in the E-commerce space.
The triumphant story of Jacky Chou
Jacky is an ambitious entrepreneur with a strong desire to succeed. He loves to take on new challenges and is never afraid to take a risk and learn from his mistakes. He is the founder of Indexsy, Far & Away, Laurel & Wolf, and Towingless.
His successful career in digital marketing started with a quick Google search when he learned about the principles of digital marketing. He later opened a home decor shop just as an experiment. The idea was to create an online brand around a curated selection of products, then use SEO and targeted social media marketing to drive traffic. In eight months, this dropshipping business grew, and he made over $700,000 in sales and was on course to break the $1 million mark in less than a year.
He then moved to Berlin at an early age and worked for a couple of companies there. He quickly became an SEO expert and then founded Indexsy in 2015.
Indexsy, which specializes in SEO and digital marketing solutions, has grown since then. It now owns and operates over 50 online assets and works with brands such as Shopify, Oberlo, The Motley Fool, East Dane, and Sutton Realty.
He also later founded Far & Away, together with Albert Liu. Their main goal was to bring quality and authentic artisan goods from every corner of the world right to your doorstep to help bridge the gap between makers and users.
What is next for Jacky Chou?
Jacky now has great aspirations for the future to extend the product line to compete with some of the world’s largest brands, such as Wayfair.
With profits continuously pouring in, Jacky has focused on developing a long-term, high-quality business. He is vetting his suppliers and products to ensure excellent quality. He is fully aware that reliability and product quality are the most crucial factors for a provider.