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  • Starting a Business in Shenzhen, China - 5 Reasons to Do So

    Shenzhen, China is the centre of the country's economic miracle. In just over 30 years Shenzhen has been transformed from a tiny little fishing village to the most prosperous "Special Economic Zone" in China. Because of this many companies look to open their first Chinese office in the city and there are certainly many good reasons to do so. So here are five of the best to get you started. Proximity to Hong Kong Hong Kong is only a few miles away and there are multiple easy to access crossing points dotted around the city. The busiest border point is Lohou where tens of thousands of people sally back and forth every day. For expats this means it's both convenient and cheap to get into Hong Kong with a round trip journey on the island's MTR system costing around 100 HKD (around $13 USD), and station hopping between points after crossing the border is good value too (usually no more than 10 HKD). For businesses that mea   
  • Promotional Plastic Mugs - Benefits & Points to Take Care Of

    Promotional items are the best ways for advertising your brand. These items, imprinted with your brand name in bold will remind the customer of your brand every time they will be used. One of the most effective promotional items are the promotional plastic mugs. There are various benefits of using these as your promotional product. Some of them are discussed below:- These plastic mugs are very durable. The longer these mugs will be used, the longer they will promote your brand, because only when they are used, your brand name is noticed by the customers. Your brand will remain in their memory as long as they use the mug. The promotional plastic mugs are an item of utility. If it is not used for drinking purposes, it can also be used for keeping stationery items like in case of a pen stand. This way it will be used as a desktop accessory which will remain in public view at all times, thereby increasing your brand visibil   
  • Finding Products That Are Wholesale and Cheap

    You've made the decision to start your own eBay business and now you have to think of a product that will sell in your new store. eBay stores are so easy to create and personalize that you should be able to get it started rather quickly. However, you must keep in mind that most businesses don't take off overnight. It takes a lot of work and dedication before you see any substantial profits. eBay makes it easy to run an online store on the site but it is up to you to find products that are wholesale cheap. When searching for a product, look for a company that can offer products to you on a regular basis at a price that you can afford. Today you have access to thousands of companies who have many different selling plans for those who are starting a business, those who have in business for a while, and those who have been in the business for years. Finding the right company might seem overwhelming at first because there are so ma   
  • 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.    
  • Hong Kong Employment Visa - Case Example

    There are about 15,000 Hong Kong employment visas granted each year. Every one of these applications is unique with its own particular qualities and circumstances. Consequently the application of the approvability test for permission to work in the HKSAR, obviously, differs from case to case. The test for approval places a burden on the applicant to show that he or she possesses special skills knowledge or experience of value to and not readily available in Hong Kong. Additionally, the proposed sponsoring employer has to demonstrate it is justified in engaging the services of the expatriate applicant as opposed to a 'local person' (defined as any local resident who does not need the approval of the Immigration department to take up that job.) However, in order to shed a little light on how the test can be applied by way of an exception which proves the rule, I do have one case example which serves to illustrate not only how the approvabili   

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