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  • How to Buy Directly From China

    In the Internet age, it's easy to find Chinese suppliers for your import business. Business-to-business websites such as Alibaba.com, sz-wholesale.com, okokchina.com PromosMall.com.  let you search for items you're interested in buying, or you can post a purchase request. If you find a suitable Chinese vendor, you begin negotiating. Finding a supplier is no guarantee of success, though. You have to check for quality, negotiate prices and be careful that everything you import conforms to U.S. law. Verify Everything     Even if the supplier you found online looks like a perfect fit, that doesn't guarantee he's legitimate. Run a background check to confirm his company exists. Look for any charges of labor or environmental violations. A research service such as Globis or China Checkup can investigate the company for you. You can also contact a legal or accounting firm in China to do the research. If the company checks out,    
  • How to Purchase Wholesale Consumer Electronics from China

    China is indisputably the largest source of all our consumer electronics, producing more hi-tech products than any other country. Sellers know the power of being the one carrying new products, or even better are unique products. If you're sourcing electronics direct from the source in China you will be ahead of the pack, and could even be the only person in your country selling certain models. Steps 1 Choose a reliable worldwide courier for small or urgent shipments. Talk to forwarders in China or Hong Kong for assistance setting up larger shipments via air containers or sea freight. 2 Since many suppliers require large first orders in the range of thousands of items, and commitments to buy more, establish a relationship with a professional Chinese wholesaler. An alternative is dropshipping. You can advertise the products you've found from Chinese suppliers, but on   
  • Should You Buy Cheap Chinese Promotional Items?

    The Peoples' Republic of China has now become an Oriental backyard and a mass factory base for many cheap products. In the last decade China seems to have proliferated the world's trade and commerce zones in virtually every industry. They are exporting heavy ATV vehicles to promotional items to almost all countries of the world. But recently the Chinese make cheap toxic dolls, glows and promotional items for birthday parties came for world flak in media. Considering that every company and individual wants a good reputation, should one touch any of the cheap Chinese promotional items? They may be good but they are cheap and lethal? Is it advisable for any company to gift away items with the oriental tag? Many questions like low price, quality, and durability are confusing marketing teams looking for innovative ideas. Well, all promotional items coming from China are not bad. They may be cheap and low-priced but they still sell in departmental st   
  • Promotional Gifts - Tools to Help Advance Your Business

    Promotional gifts or promotional products are usually items commonly utilized in communication programs and in marketing a business. They are usually imprinted with the name and logo of a company and may contain a company's slogan as well. These are normally handed out during conferences, trade shows, and other events held during marketing campaigns. There are times when these products are given to customers after they contracted a service or bought a certain item. These are also given to people who just want to see what is going on in these events. The first known promotional gifts were possibly those that were given out during political campaigns. These items came in the form of button badges, which was considered as a well-known method for letting the people know about a certain campaign. They were considered as the walking advertisements for politicians as well as campaigns. At the height of the giving out of these button    
  • Promotional USB Flash Drives - Buyer Beware

    When you think of the promotional USB flash drive industry what words come to mind? Deception, scandal, fraud? I am guessing no. However, for those looking to purchase customized USB drives those words may be closer to your reality than you think. Buyer beware, this is a perilous industry. The majority of USB drives come from China. Virtually no USB Wholesaler carries inventory. This means that they never physically see your product. Therefore, quality control is a serious issue and the possibility of receiving defective flash drives is pretty high. Below are some of the more common mistakes that wholesale USB consumers make and some advice that will help you avert these pitfalls: Penny Saver #1: Saving $100 can cost you $1000's! Do not put your brand in the hands of an untrustworthy USB provider. Problem #1: Buying low quality wholesale USB's can ruin your professional credibility! 90% of USB horror stories start right here.