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  • 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    
  • 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   
  • How to Import from China

    China's factories seem to be humming 24 hours a day. Almost anything that you can imagine is made in this country. Because of lower wages and overall costs, prices for wholesale imports from China are almost unbeatable. It's logical to import products that fit your market strategy from China. With some patience and due diligence, you can locate reliable suppliers in China. Instructions         1 Choose one or two narrow product categories to import, initially. If you sell toys, perhaps you can add action figures from China to your product line. If your categories are too broad, you will spend a lot of time finding wholesale distributors and getting price quotes.         2 Find and record the International Trade Codes (ITC) for the products that you want to import at TradeInfo. This information makes it easier to get quotations from different companies, because the codes are used wo   
  • Promotional Products That Act Like Billboards to Promote Your Business

    Looking to get a great return on your marketing investment? In good times or bad it is always wise to seek those marketing tools that will give you more for your marketing dollar. When it comes to promotional giveaways getting the best return on your marketing investment means finding products that will give you more ad impressions for your marketing dollar. To find these kinds of promotional products you will first need to understand what characteristics to look for in a product while developing your promotional idea. I like to view these kind of promotional products as billboards because they not only promote your brand and products or services to the recipients but also promote and advertise to others who read your company's message on the promotional product. With this understanding in mind you should adjust your thinking when budgeting for a promotional product. Make sure your focus remains on investment return and not just on price or quantity. You will get more from a p   
  • How to Calculate Shipping Fees from China?

    Calculating your shipping fees allows you to anticipate the costs involved before physically shipping a package. In the process, you may also elect to pay for and print out a label to save yourself some hassle when shipping packages. Most shipping companies offer an online shipping calculator for you to use when estimating shipping costs or purchasing labels. All that is required are the package dimensions, weight and shipping locations Instructions 1. Measure the length, width and height of the package using a tape measure. 2. Weigh the package using a postage scale. 3. Go to your chosen shipping company's website and click on their "Rates" or "Quotes" section. You will probably be using either the United States Postage Service, UPS, FedEx or DHL -- you can find links to these pages in the References section below. 4. Enter the origination and destination addresses, along with the length, width, height and weight measurements. Click "Next," "Continue" or "Get de   

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