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  • China Canton Fair - Launch Your China Business Within 10 Days

    China Canton fair is a great opportunity for small to mid-size business owners, aiming to start their import business from China. But how and where to start? Here is a checklist and some advices, things to do before arriving in China, for visiting Canton fair. Identify the right phase from the organizer's fair-schedule, to be able to locate the right suppliers for your item at the fair. Canton fair has 3 phases, each phase is 5 days. Book your flight ticket to Guangzhou or Hong Kong. Flights to Hong Kong are more common. Book your hotel in Guangzhou, Dongguan or Shenzhen. Guangzhou is very expensive. We prefer to stay in Shenzhen. Apply your visa for China. Identify and locate your possible suppliers. Make a list with their booth numbers. Prepare at least 200 business cards and some other PR material of your company. Prepare a passport picture.    
  • How to Find Chinese Distributors

    You can easily find a variety of Chinese distributors on Internet websites and international trade lead boards. However, since most are independently operated, for the most part, anyone with an email address can join and offer to be a distributor or agent. To avoid fraud and to develop a fruitful business relationship, look for Chinese distributors on sites managed by United States government agencies and by reputable international trade associations. Find Chinese Distributors Instructions         1 Register your business and your export interests at the U.S. Department of Commerce's export website. Once you are registered, you can search the database of opportunities and offers that are sent by the local commercial officer at the U.S. Embassy in China. The export site also registers foreign businesses and maintains a database for business matchmaking.         2 Visit the Traderoots   
  • Promotional Coffee Mugs - A Cost Effective Means of Advertising

    As a business owner, it's important to understand the importance of marketing and know all the options out there that are available to you. Outsourcing your main means of advertising is a simple way to take care of business and can be extremely cost effective. The simple rules of promotional products are just this: let the ends justify the means, utilize the uniqueness available in the current market, and always trust in first impressions and statistics. Advertising can be a very tricky business, but with the right methods, the right information, and the right promotional item it doesn't have to be a painful process. Personalized coffee mugs are perhaps something everyone keeps in their home. A large portion of populations everywhere rely on coffee to get them going in the morning. As for all of the others, hot chocolate comes in a sweet second and mugs are saved for that same purpose. So, wouldn't it make sense to invest in imprinted coffee mu   
  • What is the Difference Between Drop Shipping, Light Bulk and Wholesale?

    When ordering products from a retailer, the retailer may utilize different procedures to get the product to the customer or business. The three most popular procedures are drop shipping, light bulk and wholesale. Depending upon the specific order and/or the requests of the customer, one or all them may be utilized. To make the best decision as a retailer, it is important to know the specific differences between each procedure. Drop shipping is an agreement to have your vendor ship directly to your customer. The world of e-commerce has showed a marked increase in the use of drop shipping. If starting your own business online is of interest to you, then drop shipping may be the answer. No need to deal with developing new products, finding a storage area for these products, or developing a shipping/receiving infrastructure. What drop shipping does is allow you to sell high quality products on your website and have someone else worry about getting    
  • Green Promotions: Tote Bags?

    Environmental preservation and 'going green' are perhaps some of the most popular buzzwords nowadays, especially when it comes to commercial organizations such as manufacturers. Let's face it, we have very limited resources on our planet earth, and we are quickly running out of them. Clean air, clean water, even land itself is a scarce resource now. Everyone is worried about conserving the environment and saving the world for our future generations. Businesses need to promote themselves, but is it necessary that they do it at the expense of the environment and our natural resources? Green Promotions? Promotional activities are always good for business, but have you really considered what non-monetary costs are involved? Sure, giveaways are a great way to communicate your products or service to the public but that wastes a lot of natural resources. One alternative would be to rely on electronic sources but that doesn't always work eithe   

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