E-commerce – Buy from China, Sell Online and Go Beyond Business

SkillsFuture Credit claimable | 7.0 Hours | 9.30am to 5.30pm

Learn how you can make money importing from China, start an E-store, sell online and go beyond

You must have the right strategy and avoid common mistakes, or you could miss out on the best opportunities available to you:

 Choose the perfect products

 Select the suitable suppliers

 Negotiation methods

 Start a high quality E-store

 Learn how to sell on Redmart

 Partner with suppliers for International customers

 Securing a Government grant

Go beyond E-commerce

No drop shipping

No gimmicks

Course Schedules

Date: 23 or 30 November 2018
Time: 9.30am to 5.30pm (7.0 hrs)
Venue: 266 Serangoon Central Drive, #04-251, Marine Parade Town Council
Distance: 3 minute walk from NEX Mall
Trainees: Min. 8 pax to commence
Course fee: $267.50 incl. 7% GST.
*Training material is included.

Join this course in 3 easy steps

Step 1: Register for the course.

Step 2: Receive a confirmation email with an official E-invoice.

Step 3: Submit your claim using SkillsFuture Credit or visit MySkillsFuture Portal.


Course

Course title: E-commerce – Buy from China, Sell Online and Go Beyond Business
Course code: CRS-N-0045833


Course Objectives

With the growth of global e-commerce, consumers are expecting quality products at competitive prices. Learn new skills and expand your knowledge to source and import products from China, sell online and prepare for the future of e-commerce.

The one-day training course offers the fundamental elements of the procurement process with Chinese suppliers and equips trainees with better understanding from products sourcing to selection of their suppliers, negotiation, order confirmation, delivery to building a highquality brand with affordable products to sell on E-commerce and to International customers.

The course consists of presentations, demos, case studies, hands-on learning, and discussions.


Course Content

This course focuses on the following topics:

1. Businesses in the past, present and future
2. Products selection
3. Visiting trade shows and exhibitions
4. Types of B2B platforms
5. Suppliers selection
6. Communication with Chinese suppliers
7. Negotiation techniques and order confirmation
8. Logo printing – Everyone needs to know
9. Selecting the right logistics service provider
10. Importance of product quality
11. Product regulatory compliance
12. Partnership with China suppliers
13. Business grants in Singapore and China
14. Best practices
15. International customers
16. Establish an E-commerce store
17. Hands-on learning activities

To view course outline, click here.


Who should attend

This course is beneficial to buyers, merchandiser, procurement executive & manager, purchasing executive & manager, materials executive & manager, online and offline retailer & wholesalers. It is meant for anyone with an entrepreneurial mind and possesses keen interest in the import and export industry as well as those who want to import from China to sell product locally or overseas.


Course Pre-requisite

Basic computer skills, knowledge on how to use the internet and possesses the right mindset for entrepreneurial adventures.


Things to Bring

Trainees are required to bring a laptop or tablet device preferably with charger for convenience. Wi-Fi connectivity is provided.


About trainer

Mr Lester possesses more than 10 years’ of experience in E-commerce, procurement, business planning and corporate strategy; and an additional 14 years’ experience in marketing and branding. His clients include Aramis and Designer Fragrances (ADF), Japan’s No. 1 beer – Asahi Beer, Japanese cafe-restaurant – Hoshino Coffee, Japan’s largest karaoke franchise – Manekineko, as well as the New Zealand’s premium showers and tap brand – Methven.

He is also accredited by TUV SUD PSB with the Professional Singapore Certified Management Consultant (PSCMC) status which acknowledges his adequate know-how, competence, professional and ethical conduct to provide consultancy services, in accordance to the TR 43:2015.

 

  • Over 13 years experiences in dealing with Chinese suppliers and manufacturers;
  • Over 8 years experiences in POS and GWP supplies for local and International clients;
  • Major clients include Bacardi USA, Red Bull USA, Absolut Vodka, Asahi Beer and more;
  • Suppliers’ network across China include Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Foshan, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Guilin, Xiamen, Ningbo, Yiwu, Taizhou, HuangYan, Shanghai, etc;
  • Two years procurement experiences in a listed IT company

About the training provider

TheAsiaMedia Pte Ltd is a consulting agency that provides E-commerce, Branding & Marketing, Service Excellence, Business Planning, and Corporate Strategy services as well as training courses for local and international clients.


Remarks

TheAsiaMedia Pte Ltd reserves the rights for any changes in course’s fee and application closing date without prior notice. The commencement of this training course is subject to sufficient number of participants. The information stated in this document was accurate at the time of publication.


SkillsFuture Credit

All Singaporeans aged 25 and above can use their $500 SkillsFuture Credit from the government to pay for a wide range of approved skills-related courses. Visit the SkillsFuture Credit website www.skillsfuture.sg/credit to choose from the courses available on the SkillsFuture Credit course directory.


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Last update: 29 October 2018



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