11 a good habit to engage in foreign trade.
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1 received each inquiry must be recorded, the customers name, telephone, company name and other relevant information of allthe best in your notebook.  companies registered in Hongkong
2, for each customer to create a document, of contact information and any transfer of documents are to be preserved. Dontcopy on each customer document two new sub folder named: received mail, send mail; incoming mail to regular export.
3, send samples to track the timely, not like a plan to contact customers, at any time a set of feedback information from customers, send samples of water play "dont".
4, received enquiries, dont rush back, first of all look at each others company, and some related information, and check each others time zone.
5, [United Kingdom Company Incorporation] to pass on the trade to find customers, best can and the other party shall have hisMSN or other commonly used chat tools, because buyers in general will not trade through, so that we can lay a good foundation for the future.
6, a lot of collect and information and pictures of their own companys products, other is the self export right company, such, sell other peoples products, you can also make money, but, perhaps can also sell some of their products;
7, many have a look have a look to the forum to others, have what problem, do not know to write down, in case after they met,also be at a loss what to do.
8, make friends with counterparts, when necessary, they might be able to help you;
9, the freight forwarding do not have what not good, try to make a few friends when we go forward, or which is cheaper to gowhere.
10, a lot of spare time to learn English, because English is to do foreign trade tools, to do a successful salesman, English must be good!
11, work overtime at night is necessary, for a customer, potential customers, and they talk.
Good habits, will be more help you a helping hand, there are objective factors, such as B2B trade platform, good pages, good search engine and skills  registered Cayman Company Incorporation