fudjj wrote:Any applicable taxes on products you are sending or having sent will always be the responsibility of the customer, not you as the seller. As the seller, you are responsible for your own and your business taxes to your own local tax authority.
fudjj wrote:I can't really comment on what products to drop-ship, that really comes down to you doing your research to identify your markets. In regards to Euro certs, I can't advise on that at all as I have no expertise in that market myself.
fudjj wrote:As for choosing the location of suppliers, shipping times is always a concern for customers. Most people want what they want and want it quickly, so long shipping times can impact on a drop-shipping business model. My advice would be to look for suppliers either close to your markets or ones that offer quick shipping times as my first option.