GFA302. Fight or flight? Our episode today is a fascinating interview with another expat also had the same thought process that I went through. Should we stay or should we go? We keep these shows in real time. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/fight-or-flight/.
GFA301. Our guest today is a community builder, Ace Estrada and we talk about the Philippines community in terms of e-commerce market, the startup entrepreneurs and the Filipino mindsets. He says some pretty amazing things on this interview, so I hope you enjoy and get a little bit of a break from this covert 19 epidemic. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/Philippines-community/
GFA300. Triple header for episode # 300. From talking about my birthday and being quarantined, to going back to sourcing in the midst of this global pandemic and lockdown, and a foreigner’s experience sleeping in the streets of China outside his own Guangzhou apartment complex. All this and more so tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/300th.
GFA296. Today we have the co-founder of PickFu on the show – Justin Chen who shares some amazing insights about how to run surveys and get some data for your Amazon listing, or in your business or your book or anything! Don’t forget to check out our poll by the end of the show and for full shownotes go to GlobalFromAsia.com/poll.
GFA293. In this week’s show, we try to lighten up the whole situation a bit here so we have a fun one with Devin Ehrig who is a really good friend of mine. We talk about wild wild east story about good old times in this crazy ventures in China. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/wild-wild-east-story.
It wasn’t a long time ago when crossing borders was a far-fetched milestone for small local businesses. With the development of e-commerce however, even small businesses were presented opportunities for growth across borders. E-commerce plays a very crucial role in pushing further and beyond, international trade. Learn more of Incoterms and what it stands for.
GFA 292. Welcome to today’s show! Our guest for today is someone who has always been so supportive of the GFA community over the years – Cameron Walker. He’s spent many years at Global Sources developing the trade shows, but is now a full time entrepreneur and Amazon seller! I have been able to see his growth and convinced him to come on the show and share. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/building-label-brand-in-China.
GFA291. Talking about multiple channels for marketing, not just relying on one – this week is also a good one. We had a lot of really good conversation with our podcast guest for today, Davis Nguyen. He is the founder of My Consulting Offer and a marketing expert. He is sharing with us some insights about how to, how he’s done it and how others can scale up and really grow their business. Let’s tune in.
GFA290. Today’s show is really exciting. It’s a really good one about drop ship empires. We have the pleasure to get Kevin Zhang who is a serial eCommerce entrepreneur who at the age of 23 generated $20M in sales in his first year as an entrepreneur. Find out why and how he did it. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/multimillion-dropship-business.
Hyperlocal and e-commerce are closely related as both are dealing with marketing products and services. But there are major differences between the both of them that may influence entrepreneurs in choosing which direction to take. The e-commerce industry has been expanding its reach year on year, trying to carve out a bigger chunk of the pie of global retail sales. Find out how ecommerce has an effect on hyperlocal businesses.
GFA287. This week’s show is a cool one. Our guest speaker Jana Krekic and I talk about expanding globally, hacks and insights from all these different marketplaces. Jana Krekic is an amazing entrepreneur, business owner and world traveler. We had this world discussion about some of the ins and outs as well as what she has seen and experience with her clients. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode287.
The E-commerce revolution is growing at a rapid pace and shows no sign of slowing down. Not only is it growing, it is also evolving. Allied industries move in parallel which only makes e-commerce an even stronger force. E-commerce in the year 2019 is not without the emergence of key developments that will move through with updates in year 2020. There were a lot, of course, but we will highlight some of those that we deem will be used optimally and be upgraded continually.
GFA285. In this episode, we are talking about transitioning from Q4 to Q1 for your Amazon or eCommerce business with Keith O’Brien. Keith will be giving you some ideas and tidbits on what you should do for your listing and your eCommerce business now that Q4 is basically over and what to do going into the new year. Let’s tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode285.
We have learned early on, even while some of us were still in college taking up a business course, how valuable a business plan is. Writing a business plan is already being inculcated in the minds of the young, wherever they are nestled, to mold an entrepreneurial mindset. But more than just a university requirement, what is it really? Do businesses really need to write one? Is this a step that can be skipped?
GFA282. This week’s show, we are talking about ecommerce and sustainability with Co-Founder of Public Habit, Sydney Badger. She is doing amazing things. Publich Habit has a goal of reducing textile waste. She shares her insights, and hopefully it gives everybody here some idea on sustainability and she’s using ‘made in China’ with her fashion business, which is interesting. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode282.
GFA281. In today’s episode we have Brandon Dupsky who has been doing eCommerce since the 90s, has done so many different, eBay and website and Amazon and has so much insight. We talk a little bit about his experience early seller on eBay, scaling up. Crashing down, learning, reflecting what he’s, what is seen changed from eBay days to Amazon days. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode281.
GFA280. This week’s show is pretty interesting. We have Warren Whitlock who is a social media marketer, content marketer, business expert, and all around. He is currently in Las Vegas USA doing amazing things and today we have this interesting discussion about ways to get American advisors and partners, about finding a US rep or a white face for your business in America. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode280.
Customer service is an essential element in any business. And, the more you engage your customers, the more they will feel valued and understood. In this time of digital transformation, the eCommerce industry also modernized the customer service processes and activities particularly communication with customers. Adopting a digital-first strategy, most eCommerce businesses are integrating Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their processes. Thus, the rise of the Chatbots.
A trifecta moment, Mike calls this day for we are celebrating three events and that means three wins for Global From Asia. GFA is 6 years old. CBS is in its 4th year. Launch of Mike’s new book, Ecommerce Gladiator. What an amazing day! We try to pile on as much value and “meaning” behind what we do here at Global From Asia – and actually in today’s turbulent times, it is needed more than ever.
GFA276. So today’s show is part of the launch of this new book – Ecommerce Gladiator – and we bring one of the partners of the business that was built during this program – Cadrian Chan. He was the main investor and there from beginning to acquisition. We discuss how things went, what we both learned, what would have been done differently, and what was accomplished, enjoy! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode276.