16 posts tagged "Product Sourcing"
FREE Sourcing Cheat Sheet. For years now, China has been providing the cheapest products to source by many manufacturers and retailers outside of its country.
Purchasing from a foreign country is a long process, and sourcing agents are there to guide you through it. They are your right-hand team for everything from product development to supplier prospecting to contract negotiation to quality control.
As a new business you have to have a business plan, and budget for any expense you make to make sure your ends meet.
Take the ethics out of international sourcing for a moment and simply look at how it could affect your bottom line. Is there a way to work around its drawbacks?
Although this can be confusing why Nike outsources across so many countries, it's better business for the company.
As one of China’s largest trade fairs, the Canton Fair is co-hosted as well by the Ministry of Commerce of China and People’s Government of the Guangdong Province.
After tons of research, The New York Times published a very informative report which covered interviews with both former and current executives at Apple.
Learn some of the basics on importing, from identifying the right manufacturer and how to save on freight.
Starting an ecommerce business now? What are the implications that the virus epidemic will have on manufacturing in China? India? Our own backyard?
Are you left wondering how you’re going to successfully establish (and then manage) a thriving international supply chain throughout 2020?
Online retail competition is now fiercer than ever. What does the future look like for e-commerce? What trends are having the greatest effect on business outcomes?
Find out why is important to understand MOQ's (Minimum Order Quantities) and how to engage manufacturers with the right MOQ's for your business.
Profits are predicted to pinch as consumers head online to research and buy products. Innovation is vital for retailers who want to stay ahead of the game.
When did ethics go out of fashion? Retail giants such as Khols, Forever21, Urban Outfitters, Walmart... Cancelling orders of $40 Billion globally for garments already produced.
The manufacturing industry is evolving, and so too are customers’ desires – it’s up to your business to evolve with them.