Owing to increasing clamor over air pollution, over the past few years China has been making increasingly earnest attempts to control its pollution. This year marks the fourth year of the Environmental Inspection (name TBA), and industries have been hit hard.
As a sponsor of the event, our director Ashish Monga will be presenting once again at the Global Sources Summit on the 17th of October on the topic focused on Communication: How to Talk to Suppliers So They Will Listen. Communicating effectively with suppliers is one of the biggest challenges faced by importers, especially when they’re sourcing online.
Improving communication can greatly enhance your efficiency, speed up the sourcing process, and reduce stress. Ashish will share tips and advice on how to talk to suppliers so they will listen and respond accurately.
Global Sources is one of the earliest players in China B2B sourcing game having been founded in 1970. The Global Sources Summit features interactive training sessions with China Sourcing professionals and is designed to enable Amazon sellers and online sellers to source confidently and sell profitably.
We will also be participating at the Global Sources Exhibition in Hong Kong on the 18th – 21st October 2017!
You can find IMEX Sourcing Services at booth 11L36 Hall 11 which is located in the eCommerce Pavilion area near the Startup LaunchPad during the exhibition. Don’t miss the opportunity to talk to our awesome team and learn more information about how we operate and how we might be able to add value to your China sourcing projects.
(You can use the code A2M100 to get a $100 discount at the Global Sources Summit and code tsb9931 for a 20% discount at the Cross Border Summit)
I have written about trade shows in China a fair bit for e.g. Here and Here. I have also written a couple of eBooks on the Subject, one focused on the Canton Fair in Guangzhou and the other focused on The Global Sources Show that takes place in Hong Kong.