Oct 2, 2011

Sourcing Agent in China

My cousin is planning to build a small company out of her retirement fund. Her plan is to buy products from China and sell them here. Though she is having second thoughts, the China sourcing agent that she spoke with is convincing enough to make her decide for a go. Well, that is what an agent do which is to encourage then, win the “yes” of the client! After all, they will be the one to bridge the transaction. I am wondering which products they will be bringing over to the market in our area.

The agent told my cousin that there are really good products out there, as well as the bad. The best thing is that, their contacts have guaranteed quality products. So; there are no worries. My cousin has been asking my opinion about it and well, I just have to try the said products first before I could comment. Naturally, that will be everyone's reaction will be. Try the product first before one buys it. My cousin is prepared for that too. If this will not work out, she thought of doing her passion and move into opening a small bakeshop. That would also be a good alternative because I could always get a free taste of her pastries, anytime.

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