WeChat Millionaire is the result of a year-long collaboration between Meir Simhi, an Israeli entrepreneur specializing in e-commerce (living in China for almost 10 years), and Sean Weisbrot, an American entrepreneur specializing in Chinese culture/market entry/sourcing/distribution who has lived in China for almost 9 years).
Sean has lent his voice to guide you through the course and what might feel like an insurmountable task: understanding the Chinese mindset and the platforms necessary to make it big in the Chinese market.
Sean has a Psychology degree from the University of Florida, and has spent his entire adulthood living in China while teaching himself about Chinese culture, society, and not to mention he's self-taught fluent and literate in Mandarin at a professional working level.
Meir has built courses related to entering Amazon, as well as how to become a better entrepreneur. He has successfully run an Amazon business for over 5 years, and is in the process of selling his last brand in order to focus on ecommerce consulting and management.
This course is broken into 4 parts:
Module 1 discusses the current economic and political situation in China, as well as some FAQs and how to research the market to know what to sell.
Module 2 teaches you how to get onto WeChat, China's ONLY social media network used all day, every day, for everything from making arrangements with friends, negotiating trade deals, finding jobs, organizing dates, etc.
Oh yeah, it's also how MOST people sell their e-commerce products!
Module 3 breaks down the process of building a WeShop, the official ecommerce platform built by Tencent, the owner of WeChat.
Module 4 brings it home with how to establish a blog on the very popular Official WeChat Account for businesses.
If you have questions at any time, especially related to sourcing, distribution, or business registration, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for support!
Sean is an American serial entrepreneur living in China for over 8 years, taught himself to be fluent and literate in Mandarin at a professional working level, and he helps Western entrepreneurs enter the Chinese market through many different services. He's also involved in commodity trading like frozen chicken.