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Discussion in 'Growing and Managing a Business' started by Life_is_good, Jun 13, 2012.
Do you ever think of open company in East Asia?
Well you can share some of the key points on what kind of business are you planning to do.
It depend on what kind of business you are planning to set up. It will help if you can share more about your company profile as well as the product that you are offering.
China is top in the world for economic growth. So Business in China is good idea.
If you are planning to build your own business dynasty today - the best place is in the Internet. A great start for many businesses to build their credibility and products. But first, they should be able to have a research on the market that they are planning to target their business into.
Business in china is not easy, if you do not have good relation with goverment, even though you products have great quality with cheap price, you also can't sells them well. That's why google and ebay left china.
Not at all, they seems dont attach importance to the copyright. Once you success on your business, you can see there are hundred come into your line within a month
It depend on what kind of business you are planning to set up.
it really depends
the best thing you can do is import from china and start in US buy cheap and sell pricy think about it
well if i say trading? whats in your mind of trading in China? need big amount of capital maybe..
i do think so! China is developing too fast!! if there is someone want to go to China, i would like to chat with him or her, if can share some experience then will be perfect!
where are you from?
Well did you already make a plan for it going in East Asia?
I don't agree at all. I have had a lot do with China and have helped companies with contacts and solved problems. Doing what you say is what anyone can do - but it's still very risky, easy to get cheated and get into trouble. I can help other companies, but I would never import junk from China. It's too risky, to much trouble and the margins are too small. If you want to earn any money to speak about, you should definitively start business in China and sell to the chinese. It's even harder, you need to have support from local authorities and it takes longer time to get the business going. But it's well worth it. If you've allready have a foot inside China and have started business there, it's also much more easy to solve problems. But here if you import and get cheated, or get into other problems, it's sometimes an endless road to solve your problems and lost money.
@LifeIsGood - Yes, I do have plans and all the contacts I need. What business is a secret so far.