Steve Tan, a renowned e-commerce entrepreneur, an investor and a mentor, is most famous around the world together side his brother Evan Tan to attain top seven figure stores. Both are well versed as performance marketers. They are well-known for getting $400k each day. Steve Tan has over ten years of experience in e commerce and it has been through a great deal of ups and downs. Currently both share their learning in events, summits and mastermind retreats to help other budding entrepreneurs at the e-commerce market. Even the Tan brothers also have faced a lots of rise and collapse in the e-commerce world.
Super Tan bros first started his own entrance into ecommerce in the calendar year 2008. He finally dropped out of the faculty to pursue it regular. He did lots of self study at the opportunity to learn a lot about internet marketing. He started a e-commerce store in the calendar year 2007. His store found a huge victory in the calendar year 2008 and 2009 by earning about $400k to $500k a month. Third he started Groupon startup at the year 2010 in Shangai, accompanied by a cosmetic startup at the year 2011. But unfortunately both failed to work out and ended in collapse. His store saw a massive success from the year 2008 and 2009 by earning about $400k to $500k a month. Third he started Groupon start-up at the year 2010 at Shangai, followed closely by a decorative start-up in the calendar year 2011. But unfortunately both did not work out and stopped in failure. He then took a rest for a year before starting the Kreyos in the calendar year 2012.
Kreyos is just a crowdfunded watch product also it turned into a huge hit. However he had to shut later in the year 2014 to the enormous loss that it faced. The Kreyos smartwatch pre sale campaign is just a huge decrease from the hardware manufacturing and it's but one of the popular e commerce fail in history. It was launched in Indiegogo from the year 2013. There was a good deal of preorders. But there is a really delayed delivery of products that had very bad quality in its production and also so were inoperable. Matters got worse after Steve Tan submitted a picture of him standing next to Ferrari with shopping bags on his visit to Italy. The project delivered a black eye to the entire audience who had pitched their cash onto it.