Importing and exporting can be one of the best low-risk ways to start a business. It may seem counter-intuitive, but importing and exporting can be one of the least risky ways to start a business. In this seminar we will learn how to find the best products to export, learn how to find suppliers, and learn how to reduce risk in international transactions.
Speaker: Jim Beach
Jim has started businesses and has taught entrepreneurship around the world, and is excited to be speaking in India over the next 3 months. He recently launched two new radio shows, Restaurant Owner Radio and School for Startups Radio, both on Business Radio X. From 2001 to 2009, Jim taught at Georgia State University, focusing on international entrepreneurship, risk avoidance, creativity, and internet marketing skills. In several classes, he started real import/export firms, for example TimelessChair(dot)com. In 2009, Jim founded SchoolforStartups(dot)com. He is Executive Director of InternationalEntrepreneurship(dot)com. Jim has presented for or on behalf of Wells Fargo, Toshiba, UPS, SunTrust and others. Along with co-authors, Jim wrote School for Startups, published by McGraw-Hill in June 2011. It has reached as high as number 9 on Amazon's business section. Promoting the book, he has done over 100 radio interviews, was featured in a UPS commercial, was referred to as the Simon Cowell of venture capital by CNN, and was excerpted by Entrepreneur magazine and the Wall Street Journal India.
"Good seminar to enlighten skills of international trade & marketing, though the market is not offering much scopes for export & import, but expectations are there, with the growth in economy things may get back in shape."
Ajay Prasad on Oct 18, 2013