Beginner’s guide to importing

There are several people who enter a business without proper initiation, training, knowledge or research.. This has led to several financial and job losses, business closures and unnecessary heartache..

The business of importing is one such area in which many business people have been caught unaware because they either didn’t know how to start it or didn’t bother to check how the business works and the checks and balances that needs to be considered..

SEEK . LEARN . KNOW . GROW is the motto of this blog and in line with this motto, I thought why not write a guide to assist those who are interested in
Beginners guide to importingunderstanding and learning the process of how import works and apply that knowledge to their business and hopefully avoid aforementioned disasters..

This guide which has been very creatively titled as “Beginner’s Guide to Importing” is recommended for first time importers, regular importers, traders, entrepreneurs, freight forwarders and trade financiers..

If your niche is in

  • Growing your import business
  • Developing new import markets
  • Handling import businesses

then this guide is for you..

Please sign up below to download the guide absolutely free..


    

In order to get a full understanding of the subject, it is recommended that you read this guide all the way through, at least once, and then it may be used as a reference guide as and when needed..

Good luck with the importing.. There will be a few more guides like this, so stay subscribed..

Since this is my first E-Guide, please also give me a feedback via the comments section on what you thought of the book and how it helped you..


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19 comments on “Beginner’s guide to importing”

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  2. By Mohammad Rafiqul Islam Reply

    It is really great and quite helpful for the trade learner that the way the information of shipping and freight is presented.I am a adamant reader of the blog and surely write and make myself associated with the blog.All the best.

  3. By Doris Abigail Reply

    I cannot update my email to download this guide. what should i doCould you help with this?

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  6. By Manny Reply

    Hi,
    I am currently in US, however, I just got back from Vietnam 2 days ago. I am trying to create a business to Export USA to Vietnam or Import to Vietnam. Good advice from experience people will be appreciated.

    Best,

    Manny

  7. By L. Aguena Reply

    I’ve just finish my reading of “Beginner’s guide to Importing” and I think it’s excellent!!
    It’s simple, clear and very objective. Thank so much for all these informations but above all, thank you for making this complex content, so understandable!

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  10. By TODD SIBBISON Reply

    Hariesh,

    I cannot update my email to download this guide. Could you help with this?

    By the way, I really enjoy your blog and am finding myself coming back more to supplement my logistics growth. It is one of the best logistics blogs I’ve come across.

    Thank you,

    Todd Sibbison

  11. By Prashanth Reply

    hello Hariesh,

    Congratulations for your blog on Shipping n Freight and also sharing your passion n knowledge for the subject.

    Very thoughtful of you to prepare and share the “Beginner’s Guide to Importing” . It is a very good guide – step by step n easy to understand with illustrations.

    Wishing you best wishes for your future endeavor!

    Best Regards,
    Prashanth

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