GFA073. Trying to figure out Wechat marketing for your business? Today’s show is for you, episode 73.
GFA064. Trying to build up more sales and distribution in America? Well then, happy holidays everyone, we have your early Christmas gift here on the show, my friend Jimi Olaghere who i met at a coworking space randomly while traveling through New Jersey a few years ago has been rocking it with e-commerce and my Chinese designer friend David at Geekcook. I am so happy he came on the show today to share so let’s get right into this one as it is a jam packed show with value and tips he uses. For those interested in finding a Chinese factory who is looking for a USA distributor, I have a list of a few so if you contact me on the show notes of GlobalFromAsia.com/episode64 I’ll get you a list of some product lines and you tell me if you are interested.
GFA063. That was my six month old son Miles on air! pretty hilarious when I asked him to get on the mic he farted….this may embarrass him when he is old enough to listen back, but let’s just keep that our little secret ok everyone? Wendy, my wife, also caught a photo of this moment I’ll put the photo at the bottom of the show notes at globalfromasia.com/episode63 for those curious.
GFA062. Thanks everyone for being here with me today on episode 62 of Global From Asia podcast, had fun meeting David Hehenberger from Fat Cat Apps on his first ever trip to Hong Kong last week, got his company setup and HSBC account approved, good job man! Took a photo with him at the Azure Restaurant on top of Hotel Lan Kwai Fong I’ll put that on the show notes of today’s episode at GlobalFromasia.com/episode62.
GFA061. Episode 61 today, thanks everyone for checking in, hope my fellow Americans listening today had a good Thanksgiving holiday last week, I myself kept it simple and joined a friend at his place and had “turkey in a bag” which sounds pretty disgusting but tastes pretty amazing! And I’m thankful for you guys, listening to today’s podcast and those who are taking action and improving their businesses in Asia!
GFA060. Thank you everyone for tuning in on episode number 60 of the Global From Asia podcast – I am without a passport right now – always makes me nervous every year as I am renewing my CHINESE VISA !! They hold your passport for a couple weeks, so I am locked down from traveling and hope I get passed. Always wonder what they do while they are processing it, doing some background checks?
GFA057. Deepak uses his base of Hong Kong, where he is focusing on his global furniture brand and also a pretty awesome coworking and startup academy space called Paperclip HK. He has tons of experience in import / export and will share how he got into the furniture and educational supply industries
GFA053. Speaking of Kickstarters – Martin is working with Julian Lee from Ambiclimate (we had him on Episode 46, on his Crowdfunding in Asia experiences) so it is awesome to see this coming full circle! I didn’t mention this on the show, but they launched their Kickstarter TODAY as I release this podcast, so support them if you can at http://www.ambiclimate.com/campaign today! I’ll be backing them once its live!
GFA051. Thank you everyone for taking the time out of your busy today to list – Global From Asia episode 51 – Just had a jam packed day in Hong Kong today – saw the new Ferris Wheel they installed and took a quick photo of it I’ll put in the bottom of the show notes – A bystander didn’t do the best job in the photo and my face is pretty dark but if you wanna check it out go to the bottom of the show notes in globalfromasia.com/episode51.
GFA050. Thank you everyone – hitting a small milestone episode #50 , thanks for following along and listening again. Working hard on the book – calling it Hong Kong Supercharged – and its over 150 pages now…. deep into company setup and operation here so I hope people like it once I release in …a month or so? Still too early to promise a release date.
GFA049. On the show 2 US government gurus dealing with helping businesses export and sell American goods abroad, Bryson Patterson from U.S. Small Business Administration and Paul Bergman from US Department of Commerce. I learned a ton, and even if you’re not American – you can get some of these benefits if you sell American goods abroad