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Starting An Import Export Business.

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20 Responses to DOWNLOAD QUICKBOOKS PRO 2012 FREE + Key

  1. ashr says:

    I want to start a export/import business in tamilnadu. so please anyone tell me brief…

  2. ALOKS says:

    Firstly you should decide what product you want to export or import and where.
    Then consult any CA . and apply for IEC licence and further procedure.
    actually i am also in mood to start this business from sep 2011 last.
    you can consult me also for any more detail atoz_alok@yahoo.com

  3. POO80 says:

    what can be done as a first step to be into export import business. i am in australia at the moment and obviously every business needs some guidelines and ethics to follow. if someone is already in export – import business can u provide me with some precious advice to get it started.
    thanx

  4. ts@greenpastures says:

    Hi; I am from India; New Delhi; and can arrange export of various kinds of exportable stuff already moving to Australia from here.

    If interested kindly write back; on s2812t@yahoo.co.in

  5. hopeful says:

    Interested in starting a import business involving Italy and Europe in general. Not sure how to begin product search and amount of $$$$ involved. Is it possible to start out small, and where would I begin if I flew to Italy?
    Is this a realistic business to operate from Northwest Montana?

  6. TMExpress™ says:

    I posted some links to get you started on your way. I recommend reading up on the details of an import/export business. Then, once you feel comfortable with your knowledge, work on your business plan.

    Hope that helps! I wish you much success & happiness in all your endeavors!

  7. AvishekC says:

    What do I need to do to start an export business?

  8. cas says:

    You can get a whole lot of data base of india’s international trade, procedures, restrictions, etc. on the following site:

    http://www.infodriveindia.com

  9. kumar.b says:

    Hi friend, Currently i am working as a software engineer.Now am planning to quit my job and start a import export business.So as the first step who should i contact and where..?Is it good to take a courses about import/export.If so which is the best institute which provides the course in distance education……Am totally confused with what others have told me…please tell me what to do now to start a import/export business…Thanks in advance..

  10. AndrewStrauss says:

    I think at first you have to get licencse from government Authorities.

  11. AbhimanyuDatta says:

    How to start a home based import export business in India with no or very minimal capital requirements. Also rules prescribed by indian govt for import export business.
    which items should be focussed on & even if it is on small scale how to go about it.
    Pls Help a budding Entrepreneue.

  12. MadboyP says:

    You have to first register with the registrar of companies and also with the local commerce federation for obtaining a license for exim.

  13. Steve says:

    I have recently moved to Los Angles and would like to change careers. My background is in construction and I have worked as a site superintendent for a custom home builder for the last five years. I would like to get into import export business and eventually do it full time. Where do you start? What can I expect? Thanks.

  14. Asifh says:

    Try AliBaba.com …..its best

  15. JohnT says:

    I have limited resources and I have full time accounting job, but I believe I can create an import and export business successfully while working my full time job. Ideally, I would like to find a product or service that provides flexibility with purchasing the products and or service (secure the payment from my customer, then pay off my cost).

  16. Celine says:

    I don’t know if this site is any good, but it seems to be marketing to you….

    http://www.importexporthelp.com/trdspx1.htm

    Be aware that there are very complicated export licensing laws and there is a lot of liability for criminal violations if you mess up. But, since you are an accountant, you are probably very detail-oriented.

  17. cowgirl14 says:

    I have been thinking about and am pretty keen on starting a import export business, but I have no idea where to even start. If anyone can help it would be much appreciated.

  18. ynot says:

    Since you’ve never been in th import/export business before, I would strongly recommend that you talk to a business counselor before you do anything especially spend money. You have to determine whether you’ll start a web based business or one with a store front. I’d call the local office of SCORE (go to http://www.score.org and input your zip code to find the chapter nearest you), the advice is FREE. Ask for counnselor with import /export expertise and they’ll try their very best to match you with the right person.

    The counselor at SCORE will most likely advise you to write a business plan which is very good advice because it will force you to dig out all of the start up details and the costs of starting an import/export business and force you to also understand all of the aspects of this business including the customers you’ll concentrate on (your market ) and how you’ll go after them.

    You’ll need to register the business with your state controller’s office and make sure that you have any city and county licenses if any are needed where you live. All of this will come out in a business plan.

    Try this link :
    http://www.ychange.com/small-business-consulting-articles.html and read some of the articles especially the ones about a business plan and starting a business.
    Good Luck

  19. kingkong says:

    Do you think that an Import/Export business that will export products from Panama to the Caribbean Islands and possibly south America will be a good idea? It will be based in Panama and in 3 caribbean Islands and south america. Does it sound feasible?

  20. Seryan says:

    Yes. Using the Free Trade Zone in Colon, (the second largest in the world – after Hong Kong) you can drop ship in container sized shipments more efficiently and at less cost than any other port to other port cities in the Caribbean or South America.

    (You might also consider shipping from Colon to Limon, Costa Rica’s only Caribbean Port. Costa Rica and Panama have just signed a free trade agreement.)

    BUT…it does depend on what kind of goods you are selling and what the market is in each of the three islands that you wish to sell to. Will you be competitive? Do you have a product that they want?

    Do you have sales reps in each island? Or a sales rep who will travel and sell. Nothing can happen until you have a sales order. And it takes shoe leather to get the order when you’re new.

    After you get buy-sell relations started, and get return orders, you will have a stable business.

    There are many of this type operating out of Colon, taking advantage of the location and the Free Trade aspect.

    Good luck! It’s a good idea.

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