Of all the questions my consulting clients ask, there is one that comes up more often than all the others combined. It goes something like this: “I want to harness the power of overseas manufacturing, but I’m worried about fraud and quality control. How do I vet manufacturers in China or India to minimize the risks of working with a company in a different country?” Here are six tips that I generally offer to help ecommerce businesses navigate the potentially treacherous waters of overseas manufacturing. 1) Make sure the manufacturer provides ample documentation The easiest and most obvious solution to…

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