About Xiaomi Global Community
The “MI” in the logo stands for “Mobile Internet”. It also has other meanings, including “Mission Impossible”, because Xiaomi faced many challenges that had seemed impossible to defy in its early days.
MAKING QUALITY TECHNOLOGY ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE.
Xiaomi was founded in 2010 by serial entrepreneur Lei Jun, who believes that high-quality technology doesn’t need to cost a fortune. The company creates remarkable hardware, software, and internet services for and with the help of Mi fans. It incorporates their feedback into its product range, which currently includes the Mi Max, Mi 5, Mi Note Pro, Mi Note, Mi 4S, Mi TV, Mi Band, Mi Smart Home gadgets and other accessories. With more than 61 million handsets sold in 2014 and products launched in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Indonesia and Brazil, Xiaomi is expanding its footprint across the world to become a global brand.
“Just for fans” — that’s what Xiaomi believes. Loyal Mi fans lead every step of the way. In fact, many Xiaomi employees were first Mi fans before joining the team. As a team, they share the same relentless pursuit of perfection, constantly refining and enhancing the products to create the best user experience possible. It is about fearlessness in testing new ideas and pushing your own boundaries. The dedication and belief in innovation, together with the support of Mi fans, are the driving forces behind the unique Mi products.
No never-ending meetings. No lengthy processes. Just a friendly and collaborative environment where creativity is encouraged to flourish. Xiaomi is focused on being the most user-centric mobile internet company and aims to constantly exceed expectations through innovations in software, hardware, and services. Xiaomi is headquartered in Beijing, China and has offices in Asia-Pacific, India, and Brazil.
Lei Jun billionaire co-founder of the company, to date, the incumbent CEO, Jobs called the Chinese. He owns more than 30% of the shares Xiaomi Tech.
To reduce operating costs the company touts its products through microblogging, social networking and meeting with like-minded stakeholders. However, in 2013 the company has opened two own “offline” -shops in Beijing and Zhuhai, where you can buy products Xiaomi.
Produced by phone use in China is so popular that the Chinese producers were victims of counterfeiting. Sales of its smartphones, which the company provides to its website is a matter of the number of minutes. Sales in the Chinese market is also impressive. According to estimates of the company Xiaomi, 20000000 fans daily load up to 5 million applications from the company’s online store.