Ask me about sourcing and manufacturing products in China, managing vendors in China, importing from China, developing new products in China, price negotiations with suppliers in China, and logistics-related issues.
I am a China sourcing professional. I lived in China from 1993 to 2003 where I learned Chinese and worked in the fields of logistics, marketing and manufacturing services. I have audited hundreds of factories in China. I am authorized by the NYS Unified Court System as an interpreter of Mandarin Chinese. I have an MBA in international business and entrepreneurship. I work in a U.S. company as director of product development and sourcing.
MBA, International Business & Entrepreneurship, City University of NY BA, East Asian Studies & Chinese, City University of NY Studied international trade taught in Chinese at the University of International Business & Economics in Beijing Chinese language study at Beijing University & Nanjing University
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Hi Amadu, normally you don't go looking for suppliers in China unless you're able to sell goods in relatively large quantities. The benefit of paying more to a local importer, distributor, or wholesaler
Kris, your idea is damn thinkable. You can succeed if: 1. Your friend knows how to find the right clothing for the right prices in the U.S. 2. Your friend is reliable 3. You have a feasible plan to
True price negotiation is based on KNOWLEDGE about what things really cost. The factory knows their true costs. Do you know the "going rate" for these DVRs? Do you know the market wholesale price for these
Suman, here are your answers: 1. This is a lucrative business IF you are able to consistently SELL the products you import for a higher price than you pay for them. But don't try to compete purely on
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