Worthfind is a large global business based in the beautiful coastal city of Xiamen. We have over ten years of experience designing, manufacturing, selling and supplying a wide range of products across multiple brands. Constantly seeking out new ideas and innovative solutions, we currently specialize in baby products, bags, essential travel items and outdoor backpacks.

Worthfind was founded in 2005 as a small international trade company with a vision of creating long-lasting products and influential brands that positively impact people’s lives. Since our inception, we have steadily grown and expanded to the large global company we are today, with fulfillment centers in Germany, Japan, the United States, and the United Kingdom for our multiple brands. Our design team is comprised of the best partners available from all around the world, and our customers are located in every corner of the globe.

Jacen Lee

A founder and CEO who has been in business for 20 years, road cycling fanatic who travel the world for competition, a food lover who has a dream of becoming a chef and an enthusiastic for Traditional Chinese Medicine.


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Meet our team

Echo Lai
Echo Lai
Talent is more important than ever. Human resource play a very important role in building positive culture and sustainable system to achieve that.
Eric Lin
Eric Lin
Marketing strategy is a series of actions that aim to reach out to the target audience to persuade customers to make a purchase.
Chuy Lu
Chuy Lu
Product Design is a whole process. We are here to identify, investigate, and validate the problem, and ultimately craft, test and ship the solution for customers.
Maurice Shin
Maurice Shin
Product development, sourcing, production and logistics, we make efforts to run supply chains in the most efficient and effective way possible.
Vincent Zhang
Vincent Zhang
The ultimate goal of business development is to find strategic opportunities and form parnerships that create long-term value.


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