Niches, brand names and taxes

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27 Jul 19 04:35:05 am
Hello ladies and gents!

Before I start swinging questions about everything and nothing, I have to underline how I gown a little too fond of It's been my head quarters for the past 2 weeks, I've learned a great deal here and knowing that I can reach wholesale from north america with quality products is very re ensuring and motivating! ROAR!

Alright, let's swing those questions!

I'm trying to avoid china's product for the lack of quality, shipping time...etc. In my research, I concluded that quality products is a key to a long term relation with clients. It's also justify the prices. Because I don't want to stand within a single niche I was thinking of picking a little bit of each trendy niches. A little bit of this and a little of that, here and there.

Would it be better to create a single store front with all these niches order by category or should I open a store front for each niche?

I would also like to sell brand names and royalty fee products.

If the product is in the wholesaler's inventory, does it mean I don't have to be concern about any legal issues?

I'm Canadian and french... just to make worst!(giggle). All set for Canada taxes and I don't have a single clue on how to do business in the states and I can not ignore this market. I will have to research it more in depth.

Any pointer, direction or example aboot(giggle) doing business in the United State, from Canada?


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