Today’s show is another amazing one – we are talking to US lawyers about this venture. I reached out to Edward as he is a listener of the show and also active in the startup community here – attending some of our Global From Asia meetups in Shenzhen too. So glad I did – he brought his partner, Greg, from Jacobson Associates on the show as well and we have been having some deep discussions about structuring fba ecommerce partnership.
The Internet has helped global trade grow rapidly over the years; hence, most financial institutions and payment providers have developed to ease cross-border payments. Cross border payments works through financial institutions that are typically linked to send/receive money. Today, there are numerous websites that provide easier cross-border payment options.
Wondering how to stay ahead in today’s factory direct to consumer business trend? We bring with us an electronics design engineer and China business expert on the show – Christopher Oliva who will share a wealth of knowledge about factory to consumer competition. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode186.
If you’re a frequent traveler to the US, someone who plans to relocate in the US, or maybe a student who plans to take a degree in the states, opening US bank account is probably one of your things to do. It can get a bit complicated for someone who doesn’t reside in the US to do but fret not, opening a US bank account as a foreigner is still possible with preparation, proper documentation and a little bit of patience 🙂
For so many years, the most common question we like to chat about at happy hours is, where is the best place to setup your business operations in South China? The top 3 places, in my opinion, are Hong Kong, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen. So today, let’s do some “battle” between each and see what city is the best for your situation.
This episode is the second part of a two part series while I was in Vietnam – we have Karl Kangur, an internet marketing guru who is making moves in Saigon Vietnam. Learn some insights on how he came out to Saigon, as well as perspectives on local staff, company set up, and managing teams as well as the internet marketing in Saigon, enjoy! For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode184.