Tag Archives: Import Export Training

Trying to Explore New International Markets? Check-Out These 3 Ways

There are different methods and options when determining a marketing and distribution channel for any international market. But, irrespective of the characteristics of the product or service, we know it won’t touch the customer by itself.   Based on the condition of the market and characteristics of the product or service, the international exporter must… Read More »

The Proforma Invoice: Defining Legality, Agreement, and Cost | Part 2

  In part 1, fourteen steps were described for exporters to follow that will help them maximize the likelihood of a prosperous export deal. In this post, two more of those steps are discussed in more depth.   The Value of a Termination Date You need to ensure that your sales quotation or proforma invoice… Read More »

Questions to ask while Shipping Perishables

  Rarely do shippers understand the vocabularies or complications of shipping perishables to ensure harmless and seamless transit of their goods. Without sufficient industry expertise, crucial shipment details may be neglected resulting in damage to the product or loss of the contract. Below are some tips and tools to consider becoming a successful exporter of… 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 »