It seems that nowadays every one with access to the internet, email and enough knowledge of English, can easily find suppliers. It’s been said that "it's a world of buyers", and sellers are running after the buyers in order to sell to them.
Yet, if that was true one needs to explain how come the parse "where to find suppliers" has more than 10,000,000 (yes, ten million) searches a month? The parse "how do I find a manufacturer" has more than 9,000,000 searches a month. And that is only in Google! If it was so easy, then it would have been expected that the number would be less than 1,000.
What are the sources one can look for suppliers and manufacturers? What does the buyer need to take into consideration when looking for a supplier? Is it only the price that makes the deal? When the buyer can see that the supplier is a scammer and he needs to look for a new supplier? How can the buyer compeer the proposals?
What does it mean when the seller ask for payment via Western Union? Should the buyer continue the work with a UK seller that has a telephone number starting at +44-70… what is the Duck and how can he help me look for suppliers?
This book will guide you to find a reliable supplier step by step. What to consider when searching for a new supplier. Where to find the potential suppliers and how to look "outside the box" when searching for them. How to prevent frauds and make sure the supplier you deal with can provide you with the goods you need. How to make sure you get the proposals from the supplier and not just send the requests, and ways to compare the proposals and choose the best fitted proposal.
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