Saturday, February 18, 2006

Start Your Own Import Business

Most people are under the mistaken belief that to start your own import business you will need to order container-loads of products. Nothing could be further from the truth.

If you get the right training when learning how to start your own import business you will learn how and where to find foreign manufacturers and suppliers who will sell small quantities to you.

Small quantities can be a gross (144) that can be shipped via the postal service direct to your door. Many small importers sell their import products via mailorder, on the Internet, on eBay and some sell strictly at flea markets on weekend and make $500 to $1,000 or more. The key to success when you start your own import business is having the right tools and resources.

If you start your own import business will you be rich by the end of the month? Sorry, I hate to be the one to burst your bubble, but if you are looking for the golden goose home based business opportunity that will make you rich or pay off your bills by the end of next month, you need to wake up and smell the coffee.

To start your own import business, you have to first dedicate yourself to learning the processes involved from professionally produced import business training materials.

Second, you need to apply what you learn from your how to start your own import business training course. Believe it or not, 95% or more of people who purchase training courses of any type (not just importing business courses) never take the first step to applying what they learn.

Third and probably most important, you need to have patience. Rome was not built over night as the old saying goes and your success when you start your own import business will take time and time means patience.

Persistence goes hand in hand with patience when you start your own import business. Take as an example a New Jersey man who imported a car clothes rack and his only means of marketing was via small ads. It took him a year but he was able to generate over $100,000 from one product in that year.

Start your own import business, apply what you learn from professional training materials and follow the successful examples of others. Another small importer ran test ads for a product used by fishing enthusiasts and was able to generate $70,000 in 3 months.

Is your success guaranteed when you start your own import business? By no means and if some one makes that guarantee or promise to you, grab your wallet and run as fast and as far away as you can.

However, by learning how to start your own import business, applying what you learn and combining you low cost import products with the worlds largest Internet marketplace called Ebay or selling from your own web site, or via mail order you have a very good chance for success.

I have been studying the import export business since 1986 or 20 years now. In that time I have purchased most of the training materials on how to start your own import business (and export business). I have also had 'many' courses and training materials given to me due to my long tenure in this business.

All of the other how to start your own import business courses pale in comparison to the sole training package we now detail at our web site. The How To Start Your Own Import Business course detailed is the "ONLY" training package we offer on starting an import business because no others provide the level of detail or are as professionally produced as this course.

One last thing, if you are seriously interested in learning how to start your own import business, be sure to thoroughly check out the people or businesses from whom you are considering getting your course. Our business has been in existence since 1988 and we have a very detailed list of resources and references listed on our company page.

When you visit the web page detailing our Start Your Own Import Business course, be sure to also check out (and bookmark) our company page. The "due diligence" import export business resources we have outlined there will be a resource that you will (and should) reference often.

Take care and I wish you success.

Ron Coble

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