Almonds, cashews, walnuts, and all types of nuts from the United States are really taking off in China. This year, China will emerge as the top foreign buyer of American almonds, more than doubling its purchases from two years ago, according to data from the Almond Board of California.
American nut growers are being faced with an amazing opportunity to learn how they can start selling their product to china. All they have to do is sign up for Access Asia 2017 Trade Summit. There are many reasons why you should attend Access Asia 2017, many of those reasons could change your life completely. This event will teach your company everything you need to know about selling your products to the Chinese e-commerce market. Many American businesses and brands are making the big move.
Access Asia 2017 is bringing new and exciting things to the world of Trade shows, the major one is the panda ring! You’ll have a chance to go one-on- one with Alibaba’s key executives and buyers and show them why your product has what it takes. The Panda Ring is not for the weak and not for the meek, but if you have what it takes to be a success, then step right up! We’re bringing Asia’s Top marketers here to Los Angeles meet you!
We’re bringing Asia’s Top marketers here to Los Angeles meet you!
Our goal is simple, Turn Access Asia 2017 into a platform that will generate hundreds of millions of dollars in sales for American Entrepreneurs, Small and Medium Size businesses! Create jobs for America and profits for American companies by selling American Brands and Made in USA products to the booming Asian marketplace. Some of Alibaba Groups top executives will be there to view and purchase your products.
Access Asia 2017 is this October in Los Angeles. It’s the first step in selling your products to a middle class market that’s bigger than the entire population of the United States.
The catch: Only 200 American companies will be exhibiting, and 157 slots have already been filled. Early Bird registration expires on June 30.
Do NOT miss out on this opportunity to sell your products to a middle class that’s larger than the entire U.S. population and craving quality “Made in USA” products like yours. It turns out that selling your products in Asia is easier and less expensive than you ever imagined.