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  • 5 Tips on How to Choose Which Wholesale Promotional Products to Offer

    Promotional products are given away primarily to create and sustain interest in a company's products and services. They can be the products itself or, and this happens more frequently than usual, specially made products that are imprinted with the company's name and manufactured exclusively to serve as giveaways. Since promotional products are usually purchased wholesale, even the smallest mistake can land you with thousands of useless giveaways. Thus, before pushing through with the production of your promotional products, make sure first that you've considered all the important factors that can affect it. Tip #1 KNOW WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE LOOKING FOR FROM YOUR WHOLESALE PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS According to a survey made by the PPA, customers deem the following factors significant when receiving promotional products: Usefulness (98.3%) - Your promotional product must be useful, not just to anyone, but most especially to your targe   
  • 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   
  • Dropshipping Wholesalers

    The advent of Internet has indeed come as a boon to many. Millions of people throughout the world have started their own businesses on the Internet, and thousands of new entrants are joining this group almost every day. Ever since the drop ship method was introduced on the Internet, thousands of people have found a great way of setting up their own web trade on the Internet. The system of online trade using the Dropshipping method is also popular because of the low costs involved in it. If you are a Dropshipping wholesaler, then you should read on. This article will give you tips as to how to improve your Dropshipping business on the Internet. One of the most basic ways in which you can improve your Dropshipping business is by selecting the items carefully and by doing a thorough research before finalizing a Drop ship provider. As a Dropshipping wholesaler, you need to realize that your income, almost in its entirety, depends upon the kind of    
  • 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    
  • Doing Business in Guangzhou China - Things You Should Know

    Guangzhou is China's third largest city; it sits in Guangdong province and is only a two hour train journey from Hong Kong. It's also less than an hour away from Shenzhen and thus offers convenient access to most of the manufacturing heart of the mainland. It is officially a "mega city" with a population in excess of 10 million people, making it more populous than quite a few countries and it can take a while to get used to the size and sprawl of the city. Guangzhou is extremely popular for foreign companies looking to get a hold in South China, it's location is extremely useful as a transport hub and it can be more cost effective than opening a base in nearby Shenzhen which is closer to Hong Kong and thus is more expensive for property as it serves as an overflow to the island's Special Economic Zone status. Setting Up a Business As with all cities in China there are only three vehicles for a foreign company looking to open a   

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