International Trade Organization–The Federation of Global Merchants caters to Wholesalers, Retailers and Manufactures


Anti-aging products and anti-aging treatment company, Forest Pure, is one of the first to join and benefit

Now importers, exporters, small traders and the like can benefit from the exponential growth in international trade by joining The Federation of Global Merchants, an independent organization that specialises in product promotion, ideas for successful trading, news, investment and humanitarian projects on a global basis – for companies trading both at home and overseas.

The Federation of Global Merchants is a leading group of wholesalers, manufacturers and retailers that helps its members with their business and product promotion. Until now, small businesses and internationally aspiring traders could not always access overseas markets easily, finding them prohibitively expensive, difficult to understand and difficult to engage in. The Federation of Global Merchants changes all this by making available a panel of experts to advise on the creation and development of sales channels, providing information on exporting and importing, and offering valuable advice and guidance on investment information and other matters relating to successful international trade, such as trade compliance, legislation and Government regulations.

Using The Federation of Global Merchant’s trading organization enables members to benefit significantly from its powerful reach, helping them develop new online sales channels for successful business development

Visit the organization’s blog: http://theglobalmerchants.blogspot.com/

Become a member for free, join our Yahoo group: http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/GlobalMerchants/

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