I am thinking of selling something new on the internet

@ajimud (15)
Malaysia
August 21, 2006 1:28am CST
I am a manufacturer of multipurpose curry powder for local consumption. How do I expand my market?
13 responses
• Philippines
4 Oct 06
Dear Sir: I've read that you are a manufacturer of curry powder, please let me know the different kind of curry powder as well as there uses and specifications and also if you have a laboratory. May I request also for a sample if ever and kindly take not on packing "no commercial invoice". And your qoutation please about this product at FCL, Manila Philippines. Please kindly assist me regarding this matter. Thank you and I'm looking forward to your soonest reply. regards, Kim
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
5 Oct 06
If U followed my track I am not a "commercial" man yet. I just sell them locally. Upon my survey and advise from MyLot friends I found going commercial is rather "complicated" eg. U requested for cif rate philipina port. By the way are U a registered importer?
• Philippines
6 Oct 06
yes, we are a registered manufacturer.. pls send me an email regarding your curry powder. I just want to know there varient as well as there uses and specifications. thanks
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
6 Oct 06
Thank U, chemie. very thoughtful of U. bye.
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
5 Oct 06
First you establish a brand in the local market and create a demand and when everything is going good, get into export market. Do not rely 100% on internet to market your product.
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
6 Oct 06
THANK U, THANK U, indeed U have put another thoughtful colour into the broth.
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
6 Oct 06
You are welcome and Good day to you.
@Betso221 (1702)
• India
8 Oct 06
The best thing u can do is open a Web site for ur products.
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 06
Thank U for kind consideration. I am about 2 learn how 2 soon.
@vipul20044 (5797)
• India
8 Oct 06
Hey try ebay its the best to do such a business
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 06
THANKS INDEED. I believe U esp. many friends told me so. I am learning how 2.
@rakleen (566)
• India
6 Oct 06
FIRST GIVE US FREE SAMPLES.
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 06
Rakleen, Your country is the producer of curries and powders!! Nothing beats. thank U.
• India
6 Oct 06
hii did u try ebaby....but fr that,may be u gotta tell whr u r from???infact,curries and curry powder hv got really gd demand in west....u can use ebay even fr that...
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 06
Thanks Kirat, I am your neighbour in the south east. yes, I am learning how 2. 8=)
@bblessed (1822)
• United States
6 Oct 06
I sell on ebay.
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 06
I am learning how 2. Thank U.
@Victoria7 (1242)
• Spain
5 Oct 06
Ajimud mailed me some of this curry powder and I cooked with it last night - it is REALLY GOOD. Ajimud good luck with your venture!!! And thanks again for sending me a sample, it was very kind.
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
21 Aug 06
First of all, send a sample packet of your product to all myLot members if they accept. We will give our report about quality of the curry powder. I will be able to give you a lot of tips to explore the market. I am just kidding and do not be serious.
@ajimud (15)
• Malaysia
8 Oct 06
I am learning how.
@Victoria7 (1242)
• Spain
22 Aug 06
What is multi-purpose curry powder?! One purpose is to make curries, what are the others?
@Snooze (610)
• United States
22 Aug 06
Pardon the intrusion, but would the curry powder be suitable for reisen powder to be applied to the strings of a violin?
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
21 Aug 06
Basically you have to look for your dealers or distributors and discuss with them see what's the feedback then think for next step. That's normally what the other do for the local market.
@pisshole (493)
• New Zealand
21 Aug 06
At gunpoint.