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  • Promotional Items For the Workplace

    Promotional desk and office items are said to be the fourth-largest product category in the promotional products industry. Promotional items for desk and office use are in demand because they offer substantial logo exposure. Consider the prescription and note pads that pharmaceuticals salesmen leave at doctors' offices. Some of these promotional items will find their way to receptionists' desks. Others will be used by doctors themselves. Imagine the number of people who walk in and out of clinics daily and see these promotional items. Another reason promotional items are a big hit in offices is that many of us spend a big part of our day in the workplace. The average worker spends at least 45 hours a week in the office. At his workstation, there's a logo-imprinted notepad, a ballpoint pen, a mug, and a photo frame. Imagine the number of co-workers this person has-those he works with directly as well as those who pass by his statio   
  • How To Use Packaging To Promote Your Business

    What's the use of having a great product, price, advertising campaign, and other elements of a marketing mix that work wonders for a marketer but that lacks good packaging and aesthetic appeal? Packaging is as important an element of the promotional mix as pricing, features, etc. Packaging in itself consists of various factors that can help a marketer sell the product. In fact, many marketers understand the importance of packaging as it directly influences interest in the mind of a buyer and induces him or her to try out the product outside his or her normal buying pattern. The packaging of a product can work wonders for the business by promoting the product through word of mouth, visual display of product, shelf promotion, etc. Proper planning of packaging gives the product an aesthetic appeal, use of colors makes it attractive and shape may give it a curiosity factor. Safety and security of the product are concerns as well.    
  • Doing Business With China

    The two most over-used buzzwords in business of the last ten to fifteen years are "China's Coming" and "The internet will change everything". Curiously, it's not very often that you hear both buzzwords used together - but why not ? Using the internet to do business with China has to be one of the smartest ideas around. First of all, China has some incredible advantages in terms of trade. It has easy access to raw materials and cheap labour. Its economic base is growing and there is very little that China can't produce. Secondly, it is a massive and growing market for all sorts of products and services and with an increasing taste for western brands. These facts alone make doing business with China a very interesting proposition, let alone the fact that your competitors are already thinking about how they can lower costs and/or expand sales by doing business with China. But there are a number of drawbacks to doing face to face business    
  • How To Source And Import From China - Managing Risk

    Importing products from China is a great way to locate new business opportunities and increase profit growth. While the initial stages can be complicated, the payoff in terms of both immediate profit and long-term success is tremendous. Sourcing products from other countries, however, comes with its share of potential risks. It is recommended that first-time buyers follow certain precautions before embarking on any potential transaction. Locate The Right Product The first step is to locate a suitable product that interests you. Try to obtain as much information as possible about the demand for prospective products in your local market. Make sure that sourcing your chosen product from China is truly a cost-effective proposition. Factors like retail margins, VAT, insurance, taxes and freight and currency differences all affect the final retail price and many first-time bargain hunters end up sourcing a product at a price that is too high   
  • Cheap Electronics From China, Can They Finally Stack Up Against Big Brand Offerings?

    The title 'Made In China' on an 'unbranded' electronic device five years ago would have been consigned to the bargain bin at Wal-Mart. Ah how times have changed. These days China plays such a big part in manufacturing that for some of the 'cutting edge' consumer electronics technologies it is the no-name brands that are leading the charge and the big name brands that are trying to play catch up. Take for example the fields of car DVD players, LED lighting, solar energy capture, MP4 watches, netbooks and watch phones. These are all areas where 'big name' brands hare struggling, or have not even entered. And there's a good chance that the Macbook Air, IPhone, Nokia N series or Nintendo Wii you plan on upgrading to came from a China factory. So what can home businesses do to cash in on this wholesale electronics revolution of cheap electronics coming out of China? The secret of reselling cheap electronics for   

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