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.
GFA157. For this week’s fascinating show – Noah Herschman is here – with decades of experience in China with export e-commerce, working at Groupon, DHgate, eBay and is on today to discuss how the evolution of the Chinese export seller has developed over the year, fascinating conversation about Taobao Ecommerce – so let’s listen in! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode157.
GFA156. These are some things I did myself in 2016 that really rocked the way I work – and I hope you can implement them, or at least think about them, in 2017! This podcast on International Business 2017 will cover some few tips that may be of help to all of you. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode156.
GFA152 v2. For this week’s show – Joe Finkenbinder, a pioneer on the craft brew front here in China talks about his journey opening for business here in Shenzhen China and gives some boots on the ground advice, let’s listen in for more tips on this Craft Beer Brand China episode. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode152.
GFA150. For this week’s show we have Oscar Barbarin, discussing the history of F2C – or Factory to Consumer and how he and his firm have been working with Chinese factories on selling on Amazon. If you have a business on Amazon and needing insight regarding f2c USA Amazon, you have come to the right page! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode150.
GFA144. In today’s episode, we have Cynthia Stine who is the go to person for Amazon seller prevention and re-instatement – she will talk all about Amazon Violation Protection, Amazon violation policies and how Chinese sellers have been growing like crazy on the platform, let’s tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode144.
Wondering if Didi can become the next super app in China? In my own opinion, YES, Didi Chuxing (Didi) can become the next WeChat-like Super App. What is a Super App? A Super App has a huge user base and a dominating market share, a high usage frequency, and is the entry portal for many other service offerings. Let us … Read More
GFA143. For this week’s show, we have Jeff Cohen, whom I met at the Chinese Amazon seller conference last August. He shared some of the tactics and evolution of how sellers handle feedback and how you can get your account banned from your Amazon reviews. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode143.
China has already entered ageing society and there is no doubt about that. According to China Bureau of Statistics, 137 million people were above 65 in 2014, which accounts for 10.1% of China’s total population. This was far above the 7% Ageing Society threshold. Sichuan and Chongqing have entered Aged Society with +14% elder’s population. 26 out of the 29 … Read More
Shanghai just started to roll out public city bikes by a private company called Mobike. Taipei, on the other hand, has been offering public city bikes (uBike) by Giant since 2009. I have tried the city bike services in both cities, 2015 in Taipei and 2016 in Shanghai, and I believe that Shanghai’s city bike service is a lot more … Read More
GFA142. Today, we are back in Hong Kong and have a fun story. I deal with a lot of Hong Kong accountants and CPAs, and one that I have gotten to know a bit is Joseph Ng – we had some great calls and discussions about his firm’s development, changing times in Hong Kong CPA story. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode142.
Are you part of a fintech company or looking to get started with one? You may be wondering where in the world you should base your business and operations. Hong Kong is becoming the center of Fintech companies and a hub you shouldn’t ignore. This article gives you tips and explains why you should base fintech in HK. Read more.
GFA140. Today’s episode is all about USA domestic selling on Amazon. Not yet ready to invest in large MOQs with Chinese factories? Don’t let that get in your way – Brad Degraw is on today to explain how you can get started with low upfront investment. For more FBA from USA full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode140.
GFA138. On today’s blog, we have Pete to give us some insights about switching factories and price negotiating! This will especially be a helpful show for those already dealing with factories looking for some more middle to advanced ideas. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode138.
GFA137. So today’s show is a fun one, Chris Thomas, a listener, client, and friend shares all his story of product development and getting into Amazon FBA and product Hibermate – he’s been through a ton and I’m sure you’ll get some great value from this one as well as some new design problems. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode137.
Looking to build your own brand? Starting from scratch today with a blank notebook!? Well, you’re in for a treat today. This post will give you some outline and structure for how you can leverage the current Chinese supply chain. Save up front costs and build a long term brand for your international business.
GFA129. Today’s show, we have Nick Bartlett to talk about shipping and logistics from China and Hong Kong. Nick’s sales force is qualified as freight consultants – their services expand across all different methods of shipping and advice. Find out more about shipping and logistics HK and China more. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode129.