Perspective of E-Commerce Between Asia & USA with Jeremy Hanks

Michael MicheliniBusiness, Ecommerce, Podcast0 Comments

GFA030. Thanks everyone for tuning in again! Some fun personal updates to share before we get into today’s show – I just picked up my family-in-law from the airport last week, they are moving in to help with the housework and the baby on the way. I’m feeling more and more Chinese and will keep everyone posted. Over the last couple weeks, I have been moving out of my home office into a new workspace staring at the Hong Kong border, really excited for this and already have some friends sharing the space!

Using Content to Build Your Business’s Brand Awareness In Asia with Barrett Bingley

Michael MicheliniBusiness, Podcast, Sales0 Comments

GFA029. Happy Easter to everyone out there, hope the easter bunny gave you lots of treats in your Easter basket! I’m just wrapping up a jam packed weekend of Startup Weekend here in Shenzhen, China one of our most successful yet with over 140 participants right in the headquarters of Tencent internet company. Helping organize these events always inspires me to keep pushing and challenging myself in my own business endeavors – its just so full of energy!

Negotiating with Chinese Marketplace Sellers with Nik B

Michael MicheliniBusiness, Manufacturing, Podcast2 Comments

GFA028. Thanks everyone for tuning in – spring is in the air, and Easter is coming – though not much celebration here, I honestly forgot it was coming until I was in Hong Kong – Hong Kong is so lucky, they get the holidays for both Western and Chinese calendars – they will have Good Friday off as well as Easter Monday off, while those in mainland China are business as usual!

Getting a Hong Kong Credit Card

Michael MicheliniBanking, Corporate, Podcast9 Comments

GFA023. Today we are bringing back Chris Gormley, who was on the show back in Episode 9 on B2B Global Business, he has always been a reference point for me and others when getting credit cards in Hong Kong . This podcast may sound a bit dry talking about interest rates, accounting, grace periods, and bank statements – but I believe its extremely eye opening for those doing business overseas.