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Independent or Franchise? - 10/14/2009 9:00:09 AM   


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I am in the begining stages of finding and purchasing with a 6 month target of purchase. Leaning toward auto service type businesses. Curious for any feedback I can get from anyone regarding good bad or indifferent.
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RE: Independent or Franchise? - 5/1/2010 6:40:15 AM   


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Hello Sir !
Hat’s off. Well done, as we know that “hard work always pays off”,
after a long struggle with sincere effort it’s done. i want to start a new small business . i am looking for advices on it and tell me about financial advise also.
Loans for Mortgages

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RE: Independent or Franchise? - 6/5/2010 7:07:22 AM   

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My idea about this business is based on unlimited market opportunity in Hong Kong and China. I am here for last 25 years and last 3 I do live basically in Guangzhou and Hong Kong.
In 3 months i did build network of about 70 agents , in more than 30 countries. I am working on all continents, and recently i did started to sell on E Bay and Amazon.
I am very frugal and hard working, basically run all with little help from few people, there is many reasons. I like to have the experience at all levels of drop shipping, this way I can write the manual and mange growth.
Market is prime for E Commerce, and my plan based on Face book, Tweeter, E Bay, Amazon, I Offer, Taobao, DH Gate, and many local auctions is really very efficient and very profitable. The risk is very limited because 8 do not keep stock, or if i do it is very limited.
I am looking for either partner or investor. Either way is ok, Key is I have a specific business model and i want to stick to it.
One of my agents is retired Professor from Business University. In the past he did managed the network of sales people for one of the fortune 500 , and he did manged over 400 sales people. He believe that soon most of them will join me in the Wmumart. My idea of agents is based on franchising so actually they are only paid from their income and they have to pay me to join.
Headquarter can be based anywhere, and accounting can be run from any country.
I want to control operations in general same time i can very easily accept some experienced manager to help.
Lets talk
Peter Calka



Peter Calka
Mastermind alliance based on principles of law the success, with internet and e commerce, is the main direction of our company.

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