Chicago, IL, December 03, 2012, 7:26 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Prizgar Gonzales's book, The Beginner's Guide To Doing Business In China
Factual and informative, the book takes the reader through the basics of doing business in China. This book is a treasure-trove of excellent and priceless information for starting your own brand.
Having shrewdly positioned itself as the world's factory, China offers the best opportunity for anyone in the U.S.A. to start a business.
For instance, if you have a sketch of a shoe design for women, or any other product, getting your brand manufactured in the U.S.A. is close to impossible. With China there are no such barriers and stop signs. A variety of countless factories abound.
The Chinese celebrate entrepreneurs by making it easy to get started. Their formula for facilitating small businesses is the minimum order quantity, or MOQ.
The minimum order quantity offered by China's factories is the best opportunity for American entrepreneurs to get into the free enterprise game. Anyone with a passion for a product has two opportune options: initiate their own brand or get started buying wholesale.
Even if you have or don't have a product, a passion, or a dream, China is the place to be. China's economic banquet is so lavish, so layered; you too can fill your plate with countless products that cost pennies.
If you are yearning for the freedom of being your own boss, dancing to your individual rhythm, China could be your perfect partner.
The business highway in China is user friendly and The Beginner's Guide To Doing Business In China will show you how to get in the right lane. Choose a product create your own brand. Buy wholesale sell to the world.
The book offers a step-by-step tour of the Canton Trade Fair, the Mother of all Trade Fairs, navigating the reader to find, under one roof, the core players for doing business with China.
Within the pages of The Beginner's Guide To Doing Business In China you will find a tried and true approach to get on board as a participant on China's economic juggernaut.
About Prizgar Gonzales
Currently, my life is focused on writing, speaking and consulting on the topic of doing business in China.
I am intrigued by China's economic miracle. In 1978, then President Deng, after the passing of Chairman Mao, proclaimed, It is glorious to be rich, he challenged his people to produce four products: a radio, a sewing machine, a bicycle, and a wristwatch.
Today, China produces nearly all the products consumed by the seven billion residents on earth.
The speed of China's economic growth is unprecedented in the history of the world. This phenomenon is the magnet that triggered my interest and initiated my travels to China.
Prizgar Gonzales c/o Frontline Books
5206 South Harper Avenue Chicago Illinois 60615