Alibaba Founder Jack Ma was Rejected from 30 Jobs at his Early Job Life.


Jack Ma is a Chinese entrepreneur and philanthropist.He is the founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group. He is one of the successful entrepreneur in the world. As of November 2014, he is the richest man in China and 18th richest man in the world with an estimated net worth of $29.7 billion, according to Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
His e-commerce company Alibaba got more than 100 million shoppers a day. These number is increasing every day from a estimation.
But before his success history Ma faced a lot of rejection and bad situation. A interview with Charlie Rose, he told that he failed a college entrance three times.
After this academic condition of college, Ma applied for 30 different jobs and he rejected gradually.
"I went for a job with the police; they said, 'you're no good,'" Ma told Rose. "I even went to KFC when it came to my city. Twenty-four people went for the job. Twenty-three were accepted. I was the only guy ..." Jack Ma
Beginning of Alibaba Jack Ma faced labyrinth and he applied his creativity to run this it company. In that time China was not proper suitable to take such start-up (Alibaba) but Jack Ma took the initiative and he understood the importance of this kind of services. Here we get the taste of entrepreneurship. Its really praise-worthy from Jack Ma. Best of luck for Jack Ma and for Alibaba.





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