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New Book Guides Entrepreneurs Through the Basics of Doing Business in China

 Prizgar Gonzales’s book,The Beginner’s Guide To Doing Business In China –

The eBook and paperback version is available on www.amazon.com. You can read Chapter One free on www.doingbusinesswithchina.biz.

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.

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Expert Edition Book On Amazon Kindle Helps Entrepreneurs Raise Capital For Their Start Ups

The Secrets of Wall Street – Raising Capital for Start-Up and Early Stage Companies”, Expert Edition, by Timothy Daniel Hogan was just published on AMAZON KINDLE by Commonwealth Capital Advisors.

Mr. Hogan has over 24 years experience in the Investment Banking and Securities Industry, held Six (6) NASD securities licenses and registrations primarily of “Principal” status. Mr. Hogan is a former Director of Compliance and Senior Trading Principal for North American Financial Group, Inc. a SEC Registered Investment Bank and Securities Broker. Chairman of the Investment Policy Committee for North American Capital Advisors, Inc. a SEC Registered Investment Advisory firm.

Mr. Hogan supervised the management of eight internal departments in relation to Federal and State(s) securities laws, as well as, overall firm productivity, operational systems design and technological implementation. Mr. Hogan has been a Founding Principal of seven entrepreneurial endeavors, including an eighteen-hole championship golf course and real estate development, a software development firm, other Internet related businesses, as well as, an investment banking company. He has held board and executive committee seats on various firms. His securities industry training started in 1984 with a few large securities brokerage and investment banking firms, such as, Merrill Lynch, E. F. Hutton and Shearson Lehman Brothers, now known as, Morgan Stanley/Smith Barney. Mr. Hogan holds a double major (Marketing & Finance) Bachelors of Business Administration from Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business.

If you are determined to raise capital for your start-up or early stage company, this resource was made for you, and will open your eyes to the process that will get your company funded. It is the only resource available online that shows Entrepreneurs the whole process so they can successfully get the capital they need without wasting time or money where others fail. Get right to the source, and turn your dream into reality.

About Commonwealth Capital Advisors, LLC (CCA)
Commonwealth Capital Advisors (CCA) is comprised of former Wall Street Investment Bankers, Securities Attorneys and CPAs who invented Financial Architect®, a patent pending system designed to substantially reduce the cost (in time and money) of raising capital, through selling securities. The firm has provided conventional investment advisory services to public and private business since it was established in 1998.

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Recession: The Mother of Invention

With the economy presently on the downswing, most people are looking for creative ways to increase their income or make up for a job loss. Small business owner and freelance writer, Julie Momyer, has addressed this need in a unique way by researching and assembling information on manufacturers interested in purchasing or licensing new product ideas and inventions in her newly released book, To Market To Market: Where to Sell or License Your Ideas, Products and Inventions.” (ISBN 978-1-59977-019-2)

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Regardless of the economic outlook personal and business needs still exist, and with small business in the US generating more than half of the gross domestic product it is the private sector that has the capacity to deliver. Alana Semuels’, May 25, 2009, LA Times article, “Some Inventions Born Amidst Recession,” gives us a glimpse of how presently laid off Americans are using their ingenuity and creativity to bounce back by licensing or selling their inventions. The iTie, the Lid Punch, and Squishy Toes are only a few of the newly launched inventions resulting from job loss, and are a reminder of what ordinary people can do and have done to overcome in this economic downturn.

For decades new businesses have been birthed through the licensure or sale of innovative products and ideas contributing to individual finances as well as strengthening our national economy. To Market To Market: Where to Sell or License Your Ideas, Products and Inventions was written with this in mind. This directory simplifies locating manufacturers interested in reviewing unsolicited ideas with the possibility of pursuing a contract to purchase or license.

A small business owner and freelance writer, Julie Momyer, has several years of research experience in a number of fields with extensive practical knowledge and interest in small business and new product ideas. http://www.wheretosellyourideas.com

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