Recode Media, Inc. – May 23, 2019 – A mystery woman with an extensive network of online retailers is taking them in and reselling them to the highest bidder.
Recode Media News Editor-in-Chief Mark Cuban is in China to learn how to take these products in, and it’s about to get really interesting.
We caught up with Julia Li, founder of China’s biggest online retailer, Mycelia.
Her company is based in Beijing.
We wanted to find out how the company is able to take in thousands of mystery packages every month, and how she’s able to keep her customers happy.
Julia Li is the founder of Mycelium, the world’s largest online retailer for mystery packages.
You’re talking about a global market, right?
So what is Mycelio?
Mycelium is a marketplace for mystery products, according to Myceliello’s CEO, Julia Li.
“Mycelio has a strong focus on delivering a top-notch service, which is why we have over 25 million customers and our products are constantly on the rise,” she said.
Mycelia, founded in 2016, started as a way for Chinese companies to sell their goods through online retailers like Alibaba, but in 2016 it took on the role of a marketplace.
I’ve been in the industry since 2006, and I’ve been the co-founder of the company since 2017.
So my background is a bit in the middle, and my experience is a little more in the consumer side, and that’s a little bit more unique for the market we are in.
The Mycelion platform has been growing since then.
It’s an amazing platform, and we are going to be able to grow and continue to grow that even beyond the holiday season,” Julia said.
Mycelielles business model has grown to the point where it now serves as a marketplace in itself.
When a product hits a market, the product will be available for a limited time, but Mycelies buyers get to pick up the items they want for a flat price.
The Mycelliello marketplace is the largest seller of mystery products in the world, according at the time of publication.
That means there’s plenty of opportunities for a brand to be the first to ship a product to its market.
If you want to find a product, you’ll have to pay for it yourself.
That’s why we are really focused on the business model,” Julia explained.
And as Julia said, the Mycelian platform can help brands make a name for themselves.
People in China are always looking for something to say about themselves, so we’ve really tried to do our best to make sure we’re making people feel like they’re part of something bigger than themselves, she added.
So why would anyone want to take a mystery product in?
The company has been around for almost a decade.
They are in China, they’re in Europe, they are in the United States.
We’ve been through a lot of challenges, but our biggest challenges are the customers themselves, Julia said and she has no regrets.
The company is not a one-person operation.
Julia is the CEO and founder of the whole company, which includes Myceliametel, a marketing, communications, and PR agency that handles social media, and Myceliolity, which specializes in the online shopping experience.
All of Mycellia’s products are sold in China.
What is Mycellium’s business model like?
I think they are just like a retailer, except the customer is not part of the equation, Julia explained, adding that the business is much more than just buying products, which are shipped directly to the customer.
Because they have a large, global customer base, they can actually cater to a lot more people than a retail company.
Julia explained that they sell more than 1 million items a day, which makes up almost half of the Mycellio’s sales.
Julia said her team has been able to bring in more than $50 million in revenue from the platform since it was launched.
Is Myceliale a scam?
This company is just a marketing agency that is doing everything in its power to help its customers find products, she said, adding: “Myceliales business is completely legit.”
So the customer isn’t in the equation?
That is correct.
In fact, it is quite the opposite.
The customer is the one who pays the bill.
That is what is so awesome about this company.
Why did Julia hire Julia?
She wants to help companies succeed and have an impact on the world.
I believe in the people, Julia stated, adding, “I have a real passion for the people and what I do is just what I love.”
What is the most important lesson she has learned from working with Myceliacs