GFAE040. Hello from the middle of Mainland China – we are recording live at our Yiwu sourcing Trip. It is a pleasure to bring back Ino on the show from Insight Quality – and discuss about our Yiwu sourcing reflections, how things went with the moka pot sourcing and other items in the past – and how we should do it better this time around. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/ecommerce040.
GFA’s expert expansion. Global From Asia will be 5 years old in October – and we are excited to announce our expansion of reach and industry. We have been focused on cross border ecommerce for years now – the action of selling goods across borders – mainly B2C – and a lot of Amazon FBA (as it is the elephant in the room).
GFAE039. We are back with Ecommerce Gladiator – and it is a pleasure to bring Meir Simhi back on the show. It has been a year since this business launched and you were the inspiration of starting it. We have all learned a lot here and today let’s discuss what has been working and what hasn’t. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/ecommerce039.
Since the emergence of ecommerce, businesses have gotten a chance to increase their reach to engage with customers beyond their borders. Nowadays, one can do shopping at the press of their fingertips. All the credit for this goes to some of the top online B2B marketplaces in the world one of which is Alibaba currently the biggest and best B2B marketplace in the world. Others are following suit however and are not far behind, find out more about Alibaba competitors.
GFA233. We are talking about today about how to triple your sales by looking to international markets or selling globally. We have a co-founder from Easy Ship on, Tommaso Tamburnotti and he shares some unique insights about international markets you may have never considered – with actionable advice on what you can do to go global – from Asia! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode233.
GFAE037. In today’s show we have our CEO of the Amazon business, Roland Bernath, and he and I share the progress of being almost fully invested in inventory and the pressure of balancing this “feast and famine” style of getting new inventory from China, loading it up in Amazon, and selling it – the cash flow balancing.