Despite her father's objections, Lin Yi-ling (林懿玲), who was once a special assistant to the general manager of an export company in Thailand, wed her spouse in Taiwan out of love and later joined him in a traditional market to sell their homemade noodles. High-level business administrator Lin Yi-ling is aware that traditional sales require a fresh strategy. After giving birth, she attended e-commerce training sessions and applied for the counseling resources (微型創業鳳凰) of Ministry of Labor and made Taiwan's traditional hand-dried noodles become a popular item at department stores and are exported to Australia, Thailand, South America, and other locations.
Lin Yi-ling (林懿玲), a new immigrant from Thailand, her grandparents were from Chaozhou, Fujian. She spent several years working in a bank before leaving to study Chinese in Beijing after receiving her university degree. Lin was also fortunate in landing a top executive position upon returning to Thailand as the special assistant to the general manager of a Taiwanese trade corporation. However, Lin made the decision to go to Taiwan for graduate school while on a vacation there, when she met her other half, Hou Bo-an(侯柏安). Both later had children, launched a company, got married in Taiwan, and began yet another amazing chapter in her life.
Lin Yi-ling and her spouse purchased a handmade noodle store in a traditional market on the sixteenth day after their wedding, which made her father exceedingly intolerant.
Lin Yi-ling and her husband still insist on making noodles by hand.Photo provided by Lin Yi-ling (林懿玲)
Lin Yi-ling enrolled in several e-commerce training classes after realizing that e-commerce operations will unquestionably be the most significant sales method in the future. After finishing the course, Lin instantly signed an e-commerce contract and started selling the goods before she even considered how to create it. The e-commerce platform provider was thanked by Lin Yi-ling, who also showed her how to take images, write content, and sell the hand-dried noodles in the conventional market after packing them for sale on the e-commerce site.
Lin Yi-ling, a new immigrant from Thailand, shared her entrepreneurial stories and encouraged new immigrants to start businesses in micro-e-commerce.Photo provided by Lin Yi-ling (林懿玲)
As a result of her successful e-commerce experience, Lin Yi-ling decided to extend the sales channels and establish her own brand(添玲玲日曬乾拌麵), after consulting with her husband. But how can they raise the money that the startup may require?
Lin Yi-ling was given the counseling resources (微型創業鳳凰計畫) recommendation by a friend from the Ministry of Labor. Taiwan has a lot of resources that may be utilised, according to Lin. When the counseling resources (微型創業鳳凰計畫) application is accepted, there are several free training courses in entrepreneurship to take, as well as counselors who may assist with applications for bank loans and other relevant things. Lin Yi-ling successfully expanded her sales channels, increased equipment, and obtained funding by using the counseling resources (微型創業鳳凰計畫). She also successfully exported her brand (添玲玲日曬乾拌麵), to Australia, Thailand, South America, and other countries.
She also has future intentions to bring Thai coconut water and other Thai delicacies to Taiwan so that Taiwanese consumers may experience the flavor of her hometown.
Lin Yi-ling (林懿玲) claimed that she was lucky to meet several people who supported her during her entrepreneurial career. Lin also wants to emphasize to new immigrants who are interested in starting a business that it is simple to launch a micro e-commerce venture. For new immigrants who wish to pursue their aspirations, Taiwan offers a wide variety of free e-commerce platforms and educational opportunities.