It feels like everything has been running at 1000mph since my last entries on FLF. Iíve been keeping tabs on events & threads on the forum, but not taken the time to write much. So now I thought Iíd make some time to update you guys on my progress so far. (Sorry Amail, I didnít mean to ignore your messages for blog posts, honest! :P).
Lets, see thenÖ At the start of the month I was in the process of cleaning up and fixing things as well as probing the Raspberry Pi markets. I made
I canít believe its been almost a month since I started my own entry in the fastlane competition. Looking back, its even harder to believe what Iíve managed to achieve! Today I made my first sale on the second most expensive product I was selling (~USD$90) on eBay shortly almost convincing myself none of the samples I had loaded would sell after watching the poor performance of the listings in general.
To think I was approaching my first supplier (a middle-man company in Hong Kong)
Well, since posting my first blog entry I've been a busy little business man!
I've spent the last few days figuring out and researching my target market and trying to find an edge. Before hearing about the competition, I was inspired by Amail & Vigilante for their efforts with Importing goods and their experiences so far, I even started investigating overseas suppliers.
Hearing about the Official Fast Lane Competition, and putting my other business venture on hold (),
Hey Guys n Dolls!
Thought I'd jump aboard the competition band wagon and make an entry for myself too. Can't have all of you guys getting into the fastlane without me!
So, here it goes:
I've been reading over the last few days Vigilante & Amail's individual posts about their import/export exploits and found it fascinating. I've also become massively interested in hobbyist electronics & computing (GEEEEEEEK!). To start off with baby-steps and actually