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These Four Victory Stories Explain How You Should Accustom Your Products

Product development and acclimatization is the constant process of delivering goods to the marketplace as products progress through their life cycle, such as substituting ended products with new or modified products. Businesses bring their products to local or international markets through various means and for varying purposes. Consider: New product that presents a totally new… Read More »

Steps to Follow for Securing the Sales Offer–Must Read for Exporters PART – 1

A sale oftentimes begins when a business receives an offer from a potential buyer. It is through a quotation or a proforma invoice that most of the exporters reply with. Sadly, businesses too often answer to these requests without much consideration, which at times result in difficulties down the road, especially if this offer holds… Read More »

Export Market Analysis Techniques

International market analysis can be applied to: discover new markets, search products and define public opinions on some strategies. Although diverse, they all follow a fundamental step-by-step method: Define the purpose of the analysis Recognize the efforts needed to accumulate the analysis Know how to perform those operations Distinguish the sources of information required to… 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 »