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trading business

Postby infopost » Wed, 06 Apr 2005 10:11 pm

Hi’
I would like to start a small business in trading. I’m looking for unique product that can market here in s’pore do any out there have product. To introduce I would really want to hear from you. And also can any one out there show me what are the procedure to import product from other country? . I would really appreciate to hear from you Thanks

Lam

Postby Lam » Sat, 09 Apr 2005 5:45 am

Hi, if you are refering to unique product, I have some to offer but I am not sure how are you intending to distribute them?

How about email me at zillusia100@yahoo.com.sg for discussion? Thank you.

Regards

Beaufort

Starting a small business in trading

Postby Beaufort » Sat, 09 Apr 2005 12:10 pm

Hi

My company specialises in guiding you through the maze of business ownership. Our one-stop solutions hub specialises in serving your business needs in most cost effective way in one seamless sweep.

You know, this time is the best time to set up your own pte ltd company in for your trading business in Singapore. From this year to 2008, your normal chargeable income of up to S$100,000 is TAX FREE For the first 3 years of your new company. this is potentially tax saving of up to S$60000 for 3 years!

Now, to import goods from overseas, you need to have an import licence. The type of import licence will depend on the nature of the product that you wish to import to singapore. We can assist you in applying for the import licence.

Please feel free to call me at (65) 65365227 or (65) 90099227 or email me at mirah@beaufortcorp.com if you need further assistance or clarification.

Regards
Mirah (CPA)
Beaufort Corporate Services Pte Ltd

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Postby tingshen » Mon, 11 Apr 2005 2:51 am

my advice, and experience.

The only secured trading business is FOREX, better and more stable than stocks exchange.

If you're thinking about bringing something from overseas? if you have the money to get sole distributorship, otherwise, any dick tom or hairy could just import more and get at a cheaper price, and then, undercut you.

even if you got sole distributorship, you will still facing parallel import problem.

How much is your pay up capital? I do have a few options to offer, if you're really serious about doing business. Never go into MLM business, it's too late to start now, if it's 4 years ago, you stand a very high chance, unless you're talking about market that's 100x bigger than Singapore.

*i'm not against MLM, but I'm against MLM in Singapore NOW.


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