We all know the state of the American Economy. We feel it everyday in business and in our personal lives.
Its something that we have all learned to live with, and occasionally, I forget how bad it actually is.
I was reminded this past weekend I decided to stop by a local flea market that I had been told was very active on Sunday mornings.
I remember about two dozen booths set up with people selling sports memorabilia, antiques, coins, etc.
When I visited last weekend, I saw an entirely different picture. Dozens of booths with entire families sitting behind them.
A Mother, Father, and usually several young children. They were not selling baseball cards, old jewelry, or used DVD’s, but instead it looked as though they backed a truck up to the front door of their house and unloaded all of their personal belongings. This was not a sale of items collected as part of a hobby, this was a personal asset liquidation – a true sign of the times. It saddened me to know that many of these people had lost their jobs, savings, and any equity they had built up in their homes as a result of the economy crashing, and although the stock market is back up and banks are once again raking in record profits, the average man on the street and their families are still suffering.
No, exporting is an advanced technique that you work up to after you are firmly established in your market.
Well exporting busines is not a gurantee of success but the matter is that how do you manage your business but there are many good exporting businesses so export those goods which are highly potential and there is a demand of that goods in that country.