[Huawei entrepreneurship documentary] on November 11, Huawei released a documentary: the true story of Huawei, which tells the early entrepreneurial history of Huawei. Ren Zhengfei said in the film that Huawei was an agent selling switches at that time. When it sold well, it didn't supply goods and was forced to make its own products. At that time, there was no way to go. I wouldn't miss what would happen if I didn't succeed. Ren Zhengfei took a big teapot and told the employees that Huawei's vision was that there was one in three in the world.
On November 13, the BBC released the documentary short film "who is Huawei". BBC storyworks reproduces Huawei's growth process from a unique perspective and presents many unknown stories for the first time. The first episode, starting from scratch, tells the personal experience of Founder Ren Zhengfei and the process of founding Huawei.
Many people say Huawei is a sudden rise. In fact, it has gone through 30 years of continuous struggle and honing; Many people say Huawei has great power. In fact, it is just the down-to-earth work of a group of ordinary people. Ren Zhengfei said in the documentary that the place where he grew up was very poor, but fortunately, his parents were teachers, so his life would be better, and the sign of better is that salt can be added to fried vegetables.
Ren Zhengfei's comrades in the army said in the video that Ren Zhengfei's persistent pursuit of technology. The air pressure balance has no drawings, prototype or even seen, but Ren Zhengfei studied it under such circumstances.
Ren Zhengfei said in the video that he had no experience when he founded Huawei at the age of 44. He was established in a residential house in Shenzhen in 1987. The registered capital of the company was 21000 yuan, which was established together with other people's funds. Later, these people withdrew, so there was no money from the state.
At first, I acted as an agent for switch sales. Later, when I didn't supply goods, I was forced to make my own communication products. During that time, I slept for a while when I was tired, took a bath and continued to work. I didn't leave the company for almost a month. Under such conditions, Huawei began to grow step by step.