ePacket shipping is an agreement made between China Post and the US Postal Service that aims to increase international e-commerce sales for China. ePacket is an international courier service that enables sellers to ship items globally for a relatively cheap shipping fee, and for a shortened delivery time.
The most common dilemma for a web-based business owner is not having a physical business address. In the United States, federal guidelines require businesses to acquire and maintain a physical address, even if it’s a web-based business, to avoid potential legal consequences. For small business owners and international sellers, getting a physical USA address may be a pain. Nevertheless, there are still a few options to obtain an American address.
Looking to set up a US company as a non-citizen? This is a guide in response to the huge response we received on how to open a US bank account from overseas. The best way to open a US bank account as an overseas non-resident is to register a US company, and today we will go through that process, enjoy!
Importing goods is one effective way to obtain great products and a great way to expand a business. Importing products, however, takes a lot of time, effort and patience. Bringing in products to the United States isn’t that hard as long as you are prepared and knowledgeable about the methods and procedures of importing. Read this importing to USA guide for more details.
Americans have always dreamed of selling to the booming Chinese market and they are always confronted of the challenge in how to do just that. Today, we will share some tips and strategies on how you can leverage the power of Alibaba’s e-commerce tools to crack into the market. Read more about it in this Alibaba USA China article.
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 🙂
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