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  • Wholesale Lot - How a Wholesale Lot Can Be Sold With Zero Business Risk

    Everyone knows the premium auction website around the world is eBay. You can find a vast number of products offered for sale on the eBay site. A majority of profits are made by private sellers selling to other private sellers. Go ahead and search for almost any product on eBay. The results will show that individual items make up a majority of eBay auctions; at the most, six or seven items are auctioned off simultaneously. Even though private sellers far out number wholesale sellers on eBay now, it doesn't mean things won't turnaround in the near future. The business of wholesale buying and selling is a market for profits just waiting to happen. Wholesale product demand is rapidly rising. Today, resellers look to wholesalers on eBay for the products they intend on selling. Business experts forecast a continually growing market. As customer growth rises and product sales increase, these experts also anticipate more and more people being compelled   
  • Chinese Wholesale Providers Equal Profit

    China is one of the leading countries when it comes to electronics if not the leading one. Most of the electronics there such as cell phones, gadgets, cell phone accessories, etc. are first available there and then distributed around the world. Another thing to consider is that by watching China's electronic market you can figure out which items are gonna become a trend at the western countries. For example the robot dog was first a trend in China and Japan and then to the western countries like USA, UK, etc. Considering these facts a marketer can easily see the opportunities offered. Investing in Chinese products with a rising trend can be pretty profitable and if you combine it with wholesale purchases then the profit is even higher. There's nothing more profitable than having a product which everyone wants but you are the only one providing it. And in this case you can be if you are the only one in your area doing so. There are many   
  • A Guide to Doing Business Face to Face in China

    Firstly - where do I go and how do I get there? By far the best place to start is with the Canton Fair in Guangzhou - cantonfair.org.cn which runs in April and October. The best way to get there is by flying into Hong Kong either direct or indirect (a short stop over in Dubai is usually cheapest) an economy ticket should set you back around 395. Once in Hong Kong there are a variety of ways of making it up to Guangzhou but I find that the easiest and cheapest way is by train, all trains run from Hung Hom station in Kowloon and arrive at Guangzhou East station in Guangzhou, tickets are around $190HK one way. What paper work do I need? You will first and foremost need a Chinese Visa which you obtain through a Chinese embassy here in the UK - chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/lsyw/chivisa/. You will need a Letter of invitation from a company or institution in China or Visa Notification Form issued by an authorized unit in China (Visa    
  • Promotional Water Bottles - Storage Devices

    Promotional products now come in a bigger range than ever. Businesses know if they want to enhance their exposure and make people aware of what they represent, as many different kinds of promotional products as possible are necessary to help in the marketing and advertising process. The best indication about what your business represents is the style of your logo and business name and (b) the type of products you choose to display you logo and business name. It is no longer enough to stick to pens and hats to advertise your business. Represent your business in a certain way by choosing certain products to display your business name and logo. The logo is a great representation of your business and shows you have an idea about what your business is all about. But only settling for pens and hats to display your logo upon is limiting the exposure your business name and logo can get. Pens serve a purpose as promotional products but they are throwa   
  • The Strategies of Bargaining in China - Tips for Successful Business

    A popular saying goes around in China, "Everything in China is negotiable." Shopping, selling and buying seem like games that are played between buyers and sellers on the street stores, vendors or in the wholesale markets. However, as a rule of thumb, don't bargain at large department stores, corporate chains as the prices are fixed, and the sales persons don't have the right to modify them. In the market, everyone is out there to make money, and you have to learn the rules so as not to get something that would throw you into deep regret. 1. Opening with some basic Chinese sentences. Don't worry that it would throw you into a headache Chinese conversation. A few opening up sentences like Ni hao(Hello), Duo shao qian(How much) can put a smile on the face of the sales person and cultivate the relationship. 2. Bring a calculator with you if your Chinese is not effluent enough to carry out a conversation. Do not always think that you can c