There is a lot of interest in e-commerce, but very few people take the risk to venture into it simply because they have no idea how to do it. Those who do take the risk often start out unsteadily as they learn the ropes. Entrepreneur Jeremy Leung makes the e-commerce venture a lot easier through Ascend Ecom, a logistics company, wholesale distributor, and e-commerce automation agency, all in one powerful and highly competitive enterprise.
Ascend Ecom has its own warehouse with more than 50 full time US based employees working diligently to guarantee the smooth flow of operations. All of its employees are in-house, and at the forefront is Jeremy, alongside his business partner, Will. Both have extensive e-commerce experiences to bring to the table, making Ascend Ecom one of the most dominant e-commerce organizations in the industry today. “We launch, operate and scale sustainable, passive income yielding Walmart WFS or Amazon FBA ECommerce Automation Businesses for our clients,” Jeremy explained.
Jeremy Leung has been involved in e-commerce after leaving his political career. He worked as a political aide for the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs and advised on all matters relating to Australia’s international relations and diplomacy. In 2019, he was employed by a friend who started an entrepreneurial venture dropshipping luxury clothing including brands such as Gucci and Prada from wholesalers in Italy to customers all around the world, and the company went public on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2020. Seeing that he could have a brighter future as an entrepreneur, he pursued further studies at the University of Michigan, one of the top MBA programs in the world. After graduating, he found himself creating his e-commerce business with Will.
To say that a lot of people do not understand how e-commerce works is an understatement. This is one of the several reasons why Ascend Ecom was established. “We want to do right by all our clients who trust us and are interested in getting into e-commerce. I think e-commerce is misunderstood by a lot of people and an even smaller amount of people know how to actually run a profitable e-commerce store whether it be dropshipping, FBA, Walmart, private label products, and Shopify,” Jeremy Leung revealed. “Many of our clients had trusted other companies and got burned. Rewarding that faith that these clients have with us keeps me motivated to work harder and keep delivering profit month over month for them,” he added.
Getting to where he is now was not an easy journey for Jeremy. Like everyone else, he also braved many challenges along the way, including having his MBA internship at American Airlines canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Left with no choice, he went back to Australia for the summer, spent two weeks in quarantine in a government hotel, and learnt how to open his own Shopify store, Haus Hooga, which would, within the next two months, sell over $100,000 of inventory every month.
As a rising entrepreneur, Jeremy Leung describes himself as curious, creative, and hardworking, attributes that propelled him to help his clients effectively. Fortunately for his clients, he is the product of both formal and practical education, with degrees in commerce, media and an MBA. It also helps that he had a distinct experience leading teams locally and abroad. If there is someone who has the potential to succeed in this business, it would be him, with all things considered.