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the detailed The Detailed Master Guide: Getting your Products from your Supplier to Amazon

The Detailed Master Guide: Getting your Products from your Supplier to Amazon

If there's one question we get from new Amazon sellers more than others, it's "How do I get my products from China to Amazon once my factory has finished manufacturing them "? First, I want to be clear: if you use Guided Imports, we take care of the entire process for you. In fact, if it happens in China, we do it...

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ordering samples Ordering Samples from a Potential Factory? This Common Mistake will Doom Your Business.

Ordering Samples from a Potential Factory? This Common Mistake will Doom Your Business

The quickest way to ensure your new, exciting product gets poor reviews and suffers a high return rate is by not carefully examining and testing the factory samples that you received prior to production. Guaranteed.

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Quality Control Notes

Preparing Your QC NOTES

Quality Control notes, aka ‘QC notes’, are a way for you, the buyer, to define what you would like a quality control inspector to be aware of and inspect during a quality inspection. QC notes usually consist of a list of requirements with explanations next to each section, defining what would be considered a defect or a potential issue you would not accept.

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There Are Two Types of Samples

Ordering samples is an integral part of the supplier selection process. It is also a process that can be hit or miss. While you’re reading this, keep something in mind, we are a sourcing company. We are a company whose job is to assist importers in working with factories. The reason our company exists is that factories are not perfect.The idea of not ordering samples is a recipe for disaster....

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Getting the Most Out of Negotiations for Low Volume Buyers

If this is your first time working with a factory and you production size is small (less than $50,000), then it is safe to assume you don’t hold a lot of negotiation power. Instead, your focus on a successful negotiation should be ensuring all parties understand the major points of the production requirements, and the small or minor points are discussed.

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