Rather a few simple tips if followed carefully can go a long way to ensure that there is minimal possibility of any fraud in such dealings. Most people are afraid of going into such transactions thinking that they are not capable of carrying out import/export, global sourcing or international trade via e-commerce for lack of technical knowledge; but it must be said that such activities do not require any specialized skill set but only a few tips given below plus some common sense which all of us certainly possess to a lower or higher degree. Given below are a few tips which could be help in e-commerce activities.Business to business negotiations permit certain margins for cost over-runs unlike when you are global sourcing for own consumption by way of letting you monetize the B2B goods as they are available at your port. But on the B2B negotiation table for import/export, the best strategy to adapt is letting the opposite party do the bulk of talking and wait for loose ends to pitch in. Besides, this keeps your lacunas in your preparedness with regards to import/export procedure of that country.The postulations of the article provide the framework for newer perspectives for business to business negotiation, with a lean on import and export in the global sourcing backdrop. Any B2B global sourcing tangle can be solved through business to business negotiation.As is known, Global sourcing is only a business strategy to ensure smoother and cost effective enterprise transformation, accessing new markets using key geographic advantages such as cost differences, labor strengths and time zones. The obvious advantages China business has rests in its geographic location from key markets and major governmental thrust for infrastructural development driven import & export. As we stand today, import and export is driving the whole of China business and with it, the economy.In this way we can ensure that following simple tips can lead us to a healthy and safe online business practices whilst carrying out international trade or using e-commerce for import/export or global sourcing purposes.
Small businesses must watch their cash flow to remain viable, if too much goes out in employee salaries and not enough is coming in then the business owner can find themselves in a world of hurt. If the business owner cannot control the employee payroll expenses, then they may need to seek an additional influx of cash. The problem is that any money borrowed must be paid back.Money should be borrowed for capital expenditures only, unless increasing the number of employees or payroll short term can improve a long-term projected performance outlook. Indeed this is a gamble and therefore any business plan in place must take this into consideration. When they bet on the future they better be right and the money better be coming in, otherwise they are stuck with debt and employees need to be laid off.When a small business lays off employees it is much like a larger business, there will be disgruntled folks who will do whatever they can to seek revenge. The worst mistake for a small business is to disrespect someone they are firing or laying off or treat them in a manner, which causes them to seek alternative revenge methods.We have all heard where larger companies have had employees come back and shoot their former bosses or fellow employees, after being angered, rejected and sent to the dogs. This is about one in 250,000 and although a small business does not have to worry about those odds much, they still need to worry about the problems a former employee can cause.For instance a former employee would know all the small business’s suppliers, other employees, trade secrets, personal secrets and customers. Can you see the havoc one sole disrespected employee can cause? It is advisable not to screw with your employees or disrespect them during a termination process merely because of your mismanagement skills or because your plans did not work out. Cash flow is king and employees are a big expense, but you must; Respect Both.