Category Archives: Export Import Training

6 Business Areas You Need to Review as an Exporter

Quite often, businesses fail to conform their processes for global business—for, e.g., globalizing their websites, determining correct export prices, etc.—and they miss out on great opportunities. By focusing on below-mentioned business areas and optimizing them, exporters can grow proactive instead of reactive.   Which business areas need to be reviewed, and what type of optimizations… Read More »

8 Powerful Techniques to Promote Your Export Business on Social Channels

In just some recent years, social media channels have progressed from a mere idea to a must-consider for international marketers. Of all the latest marketing mediums, social has taken the lead. With old marketing tactics, messages were sent to possible customers, and conversation happened one way. Whereas on social channels, both customers and businesses can… Read More »

Step-by-Step Guide to Establishing Export-Import Business- PART 3

In continuation of PART 2, below are the last five formalities to meet to establish export import business. Registration with ECGC The exporter should also register with Export Credit and Guarantee Corporation of India (ECGC) to adjust some export payments against political and commercial chances. It also helps to get financial assistance from commercial banks… Read More »

Quick Start your Export Import Business

A Business Incubation Center offers ‘entrepreneurs in residence’. Meaning Experts or mentors who are still working in their respective business or industry, whose real life experiences and success & failures help start-ups & new entrepreneurs navigate the road to their individual business set up. And then there are Incubators specializing in niche businesses, like exports,… Read More »

Amazingly Efficient Trade Logistics in Ancient India

  There has been rich evidence that in ancient India, the trade logistics was highly efficient. Goods at that time moved mainly via multiple land routes and sea routes, some of which even exist today. Merchants in ancient India had a flourishing import export business with the merchants of other distant countries that contributed significantly… Read More »