Great, glad I’m up to date then.
I’m finally getting into B2B and I’m doing a bunch of research so I was curious to see if that B2B book was still continuing.
I hope your current project/invention is going along well!
How goes everything?
I have the 2019 version of the Proven Global Sourcing book and was wondering if there’s an updated version?
Also, I was curious to know if you were still continuing on with the B2B book?
I've been looking for Japanese sources as well, since in the jewelry field I'm in I've heard great things about the quality there. All the ones I could findweren't so willing to work with me or had wholesaler prices. Any suggestions?
Heck no haha, but the store owner brings in hundreds of new items every other day. The inventory list is quite massive as it is but maybe 25K is a high number. They have a few suppliers but I don't know how much they have in their own inventory.
Hello everyone, I wanted to run an idea here and see what the response is.
In my city there's this shop that has all these cool little handcrafted items from all sorts of countries like Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Russia, Tanzania, Peru etc. They carry things like small statues, figures, rare...
So I've always been interested in international business and e-commerce so I've gotten into importing. Right now I'm just waiting for and acquiring samples, but I wanted to know if any of you importers who have started not long have had any success? It would be great motivation!
Hello Ecom man,
I've found a product I want to test on DHgate. I wanted to why DHgate gets a bad rep? Is even the feedback bad to go off? They use escrow so is it that some buyers are getting what was listed?
That makes three newbies! I've found one product I'd like to source but I want to know how to tell if the supplier is legit on DHgate. Is the feedback good to go off? The thing I hate with alibaba is the expensive shipping quotes I get. I've been told it is justified so I wanted to start on...
What you CAN do now is go through eBay, Craigslist, FACEBOOK forums and Grailed, and look for shoes that you can flip. I used to do this alllll the time. Lots of sneakers are undervalued in these places and you can just snag em and relist them on any platform you choose (the best being eBay and...