by John Niggl Have you ever considered relocating your China manufacturing operations to another country? When buyers talk about sourcing from China, one of the most commonly mentioned challenges is the rising cost of labor. Double-digit increases in China’s minimum wages year-after-year have driven some manufacturers to look for lower-cost alternatives.
by Renaud Anjoran Many small businesses plan to buy products in China and sell them on Amazon as a Third Party Seller. It can form the basis of a strong, profitable business. But there is very little tolerance for quality issues. We did a simple simulation of the impact of a serious quality problem (50% of […]
by Fredrik Grönkvist In this second part of our series on Buying in China and Selling on Amazon.com, we dissect Amazon’s Seller Performance Targets. Amazon.com use various signals to determine whether a seller is reliable. Sellers failing to meet these targets have their seller privileges removed. Amazon’s official policy also states that sellers who have […]
by Fredrik Grönkvist It’s the gold rush of our time (or at least the decade). Seemingly, everyone wants to get their products out on Amazon.com. I’m no stranger to e-commerce myself, as that’s how I started doing business with Chinese suppliers in the first place. However, up until quite recently, E-commerce in Europe and America […]
by Adam Gilbourne Canada’s total trade is worth more than two thirds of its GDP, making it a prosperous trading nation. But like all ports around the world, Canada has strict rules and procedures that you must adhere to when importing commercial goods. Here we will outline the key aspects to consider when importing into Canada.