Alibaba Documentary: Preview Clips With Original Footage of Jack Ma
by Porter Erisman 17m tech e-commerce 590 have seen this  

Course Overview

THESE CLIPS WILL HELP YOU:

  • See original footage of Jack Ma
  • Understand key periods of Alibaba's growth

"Crocodile in the Yangtze” is an independent documentary memoir film of my nearly 10 years spent at China's Alibaba.com, when I saw the company growing from an apartment to a global company. Told from my own personal perspective, the film follows China's first Internet entrepreneur and former English teacher, Jack Ma, as he battles US giant eBay on the way to building China's first global Internet company, Alibaba Group. The film captures the successes and mistakes encountered inside a Chinese Internet startup at a time when the Internet brought China face-to-face with the West.

The film has traveled to 15 film festivals around the world garnering critical acclaim and winning the awards for "Best Documentary" at the San Francisco United Film Festival and "Best Film on Entrepreneurship" at the Silicon Valley Film Festival. In the fall of 2012 the film traveled to screenings at Stanford, Harvard, USC, Berkeley, UW, NYU, Babson, MIT and Wharton.

Here you can watch a series of video clips from the documentary made available exclusively to Prodygia Members courtesy of Porter Erisman.

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1 1st Exclusive Clip
Video course icon The Start: Jack Ma Addresses a Crowd of Thousands at Alibaba Celebration Event
2 2nd Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Jack Ma Approaches Government Officials to Explain His Vision and Seek Support
3 3rd Exclusive Clip
Video course icon The First Historical Meeting of Jack Ma with the Initial Group of Founders
4 4th Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Jack Ma Explains Why He Chose Hong Kong and The Role of Technology
5 5th Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Decision to Move Engineering Operations to Silicon Valley; Confidence Shaken
6 6th Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Press Conference to Launch Taobao; Placing Pressure on Ebay
7 7th Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Jack Ma and Porter Erisman discuss Taobao's model and progress
8 8th Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Taobao's Market Share Surpass that of eBay
9 9th Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Jack Ma and Porter Erisman Discuss on How Taobao is Winning Over eBay
10 10th Exclusive Clip
Video course icon Jack Ma's Press Conference Says eBay's Days in China Are Numbered

1 Review

Fernando de Zavala
Great story!
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