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We live in a capitalist society, and the very essence of capitalism is governed by two intertwined and mutually dependent concepts which are supply and demand. Supply and demand will have a direct impact on the pricing and value of commodities and therefore an understanding of their effects is crucial for any business entrepreneur.
At the risk of grossly over-simplifying the fundamental precepts of economics, an area which has a high supply of a particular commodity will generally levy a lower price for that item, and that same commodity would be worth much more money in an area where the commodity is harder to come by. To someone who lives in the desert, snow would be a remarkable phenomenon and for someone who lives in the icy wastelands of the North and South Pole, sand is a sight for sore eyes!
Whilst this is obviously a ludicrous example, hopefully it conveys the basic principle more clearly. Therefore, in order to maximise profits then, the business entrepreneur whether they maintain and operate an Umbrellas business or any kind of business which involves the sale of tangible commodities, is well advised to secure a supplier who has a high supply of the goods. In some cases you may find that even although there is a particular commodity which is available within your own mother country, that is actually cheaper to import the commodity from abroad.
Thanks to the revolutionary impact and effect that the internet shopping has had on global communication this means that people across the world can more effectively communicate with one another allowing for exciting new possibilities. China and India are two countries which are beginning to be widely recognised as major economic powerhouses, and as countries with a great deal of business potential in terms of the manufacture and distribution of consumer goods. With due diligence then, a partnership with a supplier from these countries can prove to be extremely lucrative for all parties.
However, there is a myriad of rules and regulations in place in order to carefully regulate and tightly control the supply and demand of goods like fashion accessories, and in particular to prevent market saturation for a particular product which would cause serious instability of the marketplace. Therefore, the trader must take steps to educate themselves as to the various laws and custom regulations that may apply to them during the course of the operation of their Umbrellas fashion accessories retail shopping business.
Because an Umbrellas business will involve the sale of products to the public, this means that you will be dealing with physical goods. If you are importing them from a different country then the quantity of how many you require will have a direct impact on the actual physical means of transportation used to import the items. Thankfully, fashion accessories like umbrellas are non-perishable and so there is no need for a speedy delivery simply to prevent the goods from spoiling. However, if you require a large quantity of umbrellas to be delivered then you may find that the likes of aerial transport is not an effective option because the amount charged will simply eat into your profits too much. Transport by sea whilst inevitably slower, will allow for larger quantities to be delivered and is much cheaper than transport by air.
Make sure that you educate yourself as to all of the various intricacies of the law concerning the importing and exporting of goods, for example you may need to acquire a license before you are entitled to trade, otherwise you will find that your products will be seized by customs before they even enter. Selling umbrellas with online shopping system over a website is far better business when you look for good profit in retail without any risk involved.
Also ensure that you clearly establish the various rights and obligations of both parties in relation to the contract, for example if there is damage to goods during their transportation, then will you as the buyer be required to pay for them, or have the right to refuse the shipment?