Transfer Pricing Between China, Hong Kong, and your Home Market with Mike Bellamy of PassageMaker

Michael MicheliniCorporate, Podcast, Taxes6 Comments

GFA112. One of the things that business owners who are trading around the globe should know is transfer pricing. Today’s show we have back by popular demand Mike Bellamy of Passagemaker – he was a top interview on episode 71, Mike will talk about transfer pricing and what you should know about it. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode112.

It’s Coming – It’s Here! Factory to Consumer

Michael MicheliniBlog, Business, Ecommerce11 Comments

If you are a product based business, listen up! Chinese factories have been working harder and harder to go direct to end consumer. They are working hard to learn how to do their own brands and build up their own distribution. Today, we will go through what is happening and what you can do.

Evolution of Amazon and Sourcing from China with Peter Zapf

Michael MicheliniBusiness, Ecommerce, Podcast2 Comments

GFA111. When I was doing e-commerce ten years ago (wow, that long…) it was all about your own website, and using eBay a 2nd channel. Then Amazon came and was another secondary channel – but now seems like people don’t even have shopping carts anymore or even websites! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode111

Happy Chinese New Year – Enjoy My Next Book: “China Startup”

Michael MicheliniBlog0 Comments

Excited to announce my third book, “China Startup” is alive! Published today just before Chinese New Year so that you can enjoy some reading adventure time on your time off. The book is my journey starting a Chinese tech startup. Going through an accelerator, team building, product development, marketing, fundraising and more.

Finding Products to Import / Sell in China

Michael MicheliniBlog, Business, Manufacturing2 Comments

Have the dream to sell in China? Tired of seeing everything in your home country as “made in China”? Hoping to level the playing field and get Chinese consumers to see “made in my home country” on their products? Then you are in luck, Chinese want your products!