Many Igbo guys at Alaba international market have been in this business for years and you don’t need anybody to tell you these guys are seriously making money. In this article I am going to show you how you can import goods from China and how it can benefit you.
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One of the easiest ways to do business today and make good returns on investment is importing from China by doing business through the Direct Sales Agents. This is the latest way in marketing goods and services unlike years ago when business men had to travel to China to locate manufacturers of goods.
In recent years, it is the manufacturers that scout for buyers through the direct sales agents due to the high competition in china’s manufacturing industry.
Alibaba.com and other merchandise in china have made it very easy for business men to import goods that of super quality from China. This has made is super easy for Nigerians that deal on electronics and other accessories to import their goods without traveling from the country.
With China’s population standing at 1 billion they are the country with the largest workforce in the world. They are also unrivaled when it comes to manufacturing as their manufacturers are ever ready to supply the needs of developing countries.
IMPORTING FROM CHINA
All you need to do to import from China is make use of their online product catalog that exhibit goods by manufacturers and make your choice of cheap and super quality goods. All you need do to check for product authenticity is check the customer ratings on a prospective seller. When you check the reviews by other customers and you are satisfied, place your order and wait for your products to e delivered at your specified address.
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You do not have to worry as these customers are so eager to meet the needs of potential buyers so they do everything possible to get buyers.
PAY ONLY 30% UPFRONT
You don’t have to pay 100% for goods ordered thereby reducing the potential risk involved in the business. All you need do is pay 30% upfront fee for your goods and pay the balance on arrival.