Evening and weekend MBA Student Founds "Smart Mailbox" Startup

     

Evening and weekend MBA student Shuai Jiang has come up with a better way to receive, track, return, and manage online packages.

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With a small team of fellow students and additional support from his part-time MBA cohort and the MBA curriculum, Jiang founded Enchantin Inc. and created the uCella Smart Mailbox, which secures packages when they are delivered or returned and can be managed through a mobile app. The startup already has $1 million in investments and several hundred pre-orders through its Indiegogo campaign.

The company has also begun discussions with major couriers and e-retailers, not only in the U.S., but also in Canada, Korea, and Turkey, to form potential partnerships. Jiang hopes that this product will become the norm for e-commerce in the future.

Says Jiang, “My vision is that uCella will be outside every house in the U.S and will become an essential package platform in the worldwide e-commerce ecosystem.” 

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Eileen is Senior Assistant Director of Admissions for the Berkeley MBA Programs for Working Professionals. She enjoys meeting prospective students and helping them explore the benefits of an MBA, and hopes these blog posts provide valuable insight into the Berkeley MBA experience.