Its official – Piruze Sabunca hosted the official Stripe Hong Kong launch event last night, and you can read up the official Stripe blog post on HK’s launch here. While I feel they Stripe has been in town for quite some time, they officially have launched in Hong Kong this week. At a special event at the Rise Conference, the … Read More
The internet has made everything easier. With social media, ads and whatnot, marketing and selling has become a lot easier. Selling a product online allows you to reach a wider audience and new customers, and as a buyer, shopping online is basically like having a big shopping mall right at your fingertips – one click and you have access to the whole world. One of the wonders that the internet can offer, is selling on amazon FBA. Truly, the internet has changed the way people buy and sell things by removing traditional geographic boundaries.
GFA179. This week’s show we have a true entrepreneur – Rick Tang who talks managing development in China, about how he built his business by finding the right technology workers in China, managing the team, cashflow, times he has real estate finance issues, and more ups and downs of the roller coaster of business. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode179.
Love a certain product and can’t find it on store shelves in Hong Kong? You and your friends group buying them from America and shipping over for your own use. You may be onto a new business opportunity! It is overwhelming deciding where to start to turn this into a business, and today we’ll go through some of the technical tactics for importing it into Hong Kong. Find out more in this import tax hk article!
GFA175. How are you paying yourself? This is a hot topic from many listeners – as entrepreneurs, digital nomads, e-commerce sellers traveling the world- how do we pay ourselves? Its important to take care of ourselves – but also maximize the tax benefits – for Hong Kong as well as anywhere in the world. Today’s episode we have Ray Ng to talk about getting salary from business. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode175.
Doing business around the world has been something locked up for the massive conglomerates for decades. At Global From Asia, our mission has to been to bring this mysterious task of running an international business as a hustling startup or a budding business owner. Its been years and there is no end in sight for the information and knowledge and network we have to share. It has gotten to the point that we had to open it up to a network – a network of amazing international business experts around the globe – our very own GFA experts network!
Though suppliers in China are all very unique, they do have a lot of things in common. One major thing is the oversupply of orders that they receive. We need to take a quick look at Chinese economy and how massive it became in the past decade or so. This article about motivating suppliers would be very informative for businessmen everywhere.
GFA173. This week’s show, we have John Cavendish who is an established seller in Europe. He will talk all about amazon Europe opportunities and learn many things as he tackles the disadvantages, advantages as well as the strategies he has done. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode173.
So I had the lucky opportunity to go to a fireside chat with Eric, the founder of Pebble Watch. If you don’t know what Pebble is – I guess you haven’t been following the crowdfunding scene! They are the poster child of the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform, raising 80 million US dollars on their kickstarter campaign!
The Cross Border Summit here in Shenzhen, China is about a lot of things – learning and staying on top of the latest trends in e-commerce in and out of China – but also its about making relationships. Last year we noticed a lot of people making deals and talking business, so much that we doubled down and focused hard on putting together a proper “business matchmaking” session at the end of each day in this year’s summit.
GFAB171. Are you a into business? Are you selling in Europe? Welcome everyone to episode 171 of Global From Asia, we have with us today the CEO and founder of SImplyVAT – Claire Taylor. In this episode, Claire will talk about your amazon fba VAT. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode171.
GFA170. Today’s show, we have Leon, the co-founder and a talented singer and musician at the Terrace in Shekou, Shenzhen. Leon tells how he got over to China, and some ins and outs of doing business in China as a foreigner. Specifically about restaurant and local business management, it is an interesting one for sure! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode170.
GFA167. For this week’s show – BaoPals – this startup has been growing like crazy and the founders are on the show to talk about the story and the growth – it’s a platform to help you buy from Chinese e-commerce sites via their system using English. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode167.
GFA166. So this guest is a great interview – CJ Rosenbaum shares insights on how to prevent, as well as deal with the Amazon FBA gods come down and destroy your life. He doesn’t hold anything back and shares tips and insights on how to deal with Amazon FBA suspensions! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode166.
GFA161. Now, this week’s show is for Amazon FBA sellers, as well as anyone serious about growing their online business. We all know you would need VAs (virtual assistants) to help you in growing your business. We have an expert on today to give you the goods, and all about leveraging virtual assistants for your growing business. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode161.
GFA159. Selling on Amazon China
We have for this week’s show – the Amazon selling wizard – Will Tjerlund – talking Operation Dragon boat and Amazon international! We talked about selling on Amazon China, what Dragon Boat Operation is and a lot more! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode159.
Did you know most consumer electronics are cheaper in America than in China? When I first came to China I was thinking I was going to save tons of money on my computers and other gear, but turns out I had to pay more. If you are curious why that is then read more about this cheap US electronics article.