Apr 30, 2020|
Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (April 25-30)
On April 28th, during its fifth “Frontline Employee Day”, JD.com held an online ‘Cloud Ceremony’ event to celebrate and reward frontline employees who have performed outstanding work during the epidemic. This includes 100 frontline employees and three teams, among which 18 employees have been promoted exceptively. In addition to promotions, JD also awards cash bonuses to outstanding employees. These 100 award recipients are among the over 500 frontline employees who have been already recognized by regional operations.
JD CENTRAL, JD.com’s e-commerce joint venture in Thailand, invites customers to donate via its #JDCENTRALJoyJarkJai (Joy from the Heart) campaign. During the months of May and June, customers will be able to either convert JD Points to cash donations or buy cash donation coupons directly on its e-commerce platform. All donations will go to the Rama Foundation, which has been supporting the fight against COVID-19 in Thailand. The foundation will use the funds to purchase medical equipment for hospitals across the country.
On April 28, Richard Liu, JD.com Chairman and CEO announced to donate medical supplies to Switzerland, including 800,000 KN95 protective masks and 800,000 disposable medical masks, 800,000 surgical gloves, 20,000 pairs of goggles, and 10,000 protective gowns to support the fight against COVID-19. The first batch of the donation will soon be shipped from Shanghai to Switzerland.
On April 25th, medical supplies donated to the United Kingdom by Richard Liu, Chairman and CEO of JD.com and his wife, Nancy Zhang were delivered to the cargo company designated by the United Kingdom government. Prior to this shipment, 3 million face masks were already donated and delivered to the UK earlier this month.
On April 25th, JD E-Space hosted a large-scale in-store event for new products in Chongqing, in Southwest China. Some of the products launched include Lenovo ThinkBook Plus, Asus Tianxuan laptop, Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth speaker, Lenovo ThinkPad X13, Thunderobot 911 Gaming Laptop, and Ninebot Electric Motorcycle. For many of the products launched, JD E-Space is the only place in the country to experience the products offline.
JD and Hisense, a leading Chinese mobile phone brand, launched a C2M (Consumer-to-Manufacturer) colored ink display “reading phone”.