GFA307. In today’s show, we have Rico Ngoma back with us to share his insights in running a remote sourcing company in China. How he did it, his strategy and a lot more. Let’s tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/remote-sourcing-company.
GFA 306. We have another good treat for you in today’s show. We have Gary Huang who is the founder and host of the Seven Figure Seller Summit. He talks about the amazing value he learned from his different interviews of amazing people and summarize everything and tells us all about it here in our podcast. We are very lucky to have him today so let’s tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/7-figure-sellers.
GFA305. In today’s show, we talk about the PPE wave. We discuss stories that are really insane, really crazy. A lot of crazy people around the world and they see opportunities to scam people and our guest, Mo who deals with all of them tells us about his experiences. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/ppe-china.
It wasn’t a long time ago when crossing borders was a far-fetched milestone for small local businesses. With the development of e-commerce however, even small businesses were presented opportunities for growth across borders. E-commerce plays a very crucial role in pushing further and beyond, international trade. Learn more of Incoterms and what it stands for.
GFA 292. Welcome to today’s show! Our guest for today is someone who has always been so supportive of the GFA community over the years – Cameron Walker. He’s spent many years at Global Sources developing the trade shows, but is now a full time entrepreneur and Amazon seller! I have been able to see his growth and convinced him to come on the show and share. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/building-label-brand-in-China.
GFA290. Today’s show is really exciting. It’s a really good one about drop ship empires. We have the pleasure to get Kevin Zhang who is a serial eCommerce entrepreneur who at the age of 23 was proclaimed the “eCommerce Rookie of the Year” by generating $20M in sales in his first year as an entrepreneur.. Find out why and how he did it. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/multimillion-dropship-business.
Hyperlocal and e-commerce are closely related as both are dealing with marketing products and services. But there are major differences between the both of them that may influence entrepreneurs in choosing which direction to take. The e-commerce industry has been expanding its reach year on year, trying to carve out a bigger chunk of the pie of global retail sales. Find out how ecommerce has an effect on hyperlocal businesses.