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  • 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   
  • 10 Great Reasons to Do Business in Shenzhen, China

    Shenzhen is one of China's fastest developing cities and offers a host of opportunities to new businesses and investors seeking avenues into China. Here's a quick list of 10 great reasons to do your business in the Pearl River Delta. Proximity to Hong Kong - Hong Kong is only 20 minutes away by train, bus, car and only a little further by ferry. This makes it easy to attract international visitors to your new premises. Special Economic Zone Status - Shenzhen's status as a Special Economic Zone offers your business favourable rates of tax, as well as easy business formation at a sensible cost. Climate - Shenzhen is temperate for most of the year with an extremely mild winter, which makes attracting employees easier. Cultural Melting Pot - The city attracts people from all over China as well as having a strong expatriate community, making it simple to find people with the right accent and the right   
  • Why Should a Company Select Promotional Chocolates to Advertise Its Business?

    Promotional goods including printed promotional items and corporate gifts are inexpensive and cost-effective as compared to other conventional channels of communications, yet they are more powerful and effective. Printed promotional items like bottle openers, desk sets, passport covers, purses, jumpers, hats, mugs, pens and pencils and many more are delivered among your target audience while corporate gifts are handed out to business executives and employees at seminars, exhibitions, conferences, trade shows and conventions. These printed promotional goods are highly acknowledged by your recipients as they enjoy receiving and using them and your brand gets exposure on the consistent basis. Promotional items are very effective for keeping your brand name in front of your prospects for a long period of time and reminding them of your company regularly. Among different printed promotional items and corporate gifts, I think that promotional sweets    
  • Buying Wholesale Pens

    The pen is an essential writing instrument that has become indispensable for the contemporary world. There are many types available; the ever-available ball point pen, the roller ball point, the fountain pen, and the felt-tip pen. This important writing instrument has been around for thousands of years, starting with the quill pen made from bird feathers dipped in ink, to the reed pen or bamboo pen, with its slight and tapered tip. Over time, technology has helped create more functional versions, which do not require elaborate rituals of using. According to history, the ancient Indians were the first ones to use rudimentary pens made from bamboo sticks and bird feathers from India. In the 500 BC, these type of pens were used to write the text in the old literature of Puranas. Mahabharta and Ramayana. Some of the Dead Sea scrolls discovered used quill pens. With the invention of the personal computer with keyboard input methods have rev   
  • Safe Water Bottles - What is BPA and How to Avoid It

    So what's all this talk about unsafe water bottles? You may have caught wind of some of the controversy surrounding polycarbonate plastic water bottles and the chemicals used in their manufacture. You may have heard the term "BPA" or "Bisphenol-A," but educating yourself about this harmful chemical and choosing safe water bottles probably seemed like a chore, not the way you want to spend a Monday night or Saturday afternoon. This article contains all the information you need to know to make informed decisions about safe water bottles that are both recyclable and suitable for multiple uses.  What is BPA anyway? BPA was first discovered in 1891, and manufacturers have used this monomer for at least fifty years. It is a key ingredient used in the epoxy resins that go into making the nearly shatter-proof polycarbonate plastic water bottles, which have become so popular with fitness and outdoors enthusiasts. Even though BPA has long been suspect   

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