After spending almost two decades in domestic market, Rehan Foods CEO decided to venture into the export import arena, fully aware of the risks. Fortunately, he found help at the most crucial juncture of the process- finding trustworthy buyers.
Category: Trade Terminology
This blog contains certifications as well as documents that need to be in place before you even consider getting your shipment ready. As the rules of international trade keep changing, you must keep yourself updated with information to make necessary changes in time to avoid any losses. Not all these certifications may be needed for the product you are dealing in, but an overview of these certifications will give you a fair idea on how much preparation goes into the successful export of your first shipment.
All small businesses that make it big have one thing in common – humble beginnings. Every business faces unique challenges & opportunities that lead them to failure and eventually, success. In case of MSMEs, they’re the backbone of many developing economies, contributing to as much as 35% of the GDP. Although 31% of small businesses in the US are owned by women entrepreneurs, in South Asia, this number is not nearly as impressive. But thanks to the grit, determination and the desire to break the glass ceiling amidst the patriarchal society, the leading women of the modern Asia are making the most of the opportunities on a global scale.
In this blog, we will learn about the different requirements that need to be met before readying your food products consignment the United States