SMALL BUSINESSES NEED TO JET TO CHINA MORE TO GROW BUSINESS THEMSELVES
Making like a Kite Whanau to grow New Zealand exports into China direct.
Like farming is the backbone of New Zealand’s economy, small to medium sized businesses are too in New Zealand. In fact a farmer is a small business manager. Benefits are maximized when farmers form co-ops (eg: the Fonterra model of global marketing). However, if you’re not a farmer but run a small to medium sized business, you’re better off forming your own co-op in certain areas of industry groupings…. and just rock it out into China together, yourselves.
If everyone in a co-op observes the Kiwi trait of honest trade amongst one another, everyone will win.
I write this at a time, where we’ve also survived four years in global politics where under economic re-engineering via bankers using politicians as publicists, we’ve seen the fat cats drill down into the most profitable business ventures, leveraging biz accumen at a high price for distribution of NZ’s own products. This has made a few wealthier and taken a chunk out of our best cash cows. We now need to replace the chunks taken out.
Oh, how did they get the chunk? What was the way they did it? “GFC and Austerity” talk.
What’s suffered? Small to medium-sized businesses. Thus our economies economic recovery is not being grown sustainably in this model.
TV3 suggests this paradigm of fixing it, when you can’t always trust politics or trade arrangements that are designed to benefit the fat cats even more in the bigger trade deals. Here’s a headline about China and perhaps forming a co-op of small bizzo’s going global themselves as a collective with their biz ideas. Read it at: “Free trade agreements tend to be top down, what you really need is a bottom-up approach,” international relations expert Dr John Lee told Firstline this morning. Small Businesses Should Pursue China Themselves.
I like this suggestion otherwise, the rich use politicians and government to collect IP, then they steal the best ideas for themselves. And that’s kinda like Insider Trading and is not cool. At least going direct the small biz backs themselves, takes the risks and gets their own glory!
Rhonda Kite of Q-Media took her ideas to China direct. They are so working. She also goes to the USA direct too. Perhaps Rhonda or someone like Kite can start the small biz network ‘pro-ideas people being rewarded’ approach of trading. Fonterra can help provide tips in their experience as to what best works… as a service to other New Zelanders who grow business on the same landscapes we all share.
Let’s give this a try, shove all the money through Kiwi bank (or a NZ owned bank) and see if banking systems flows and profits go directly back into the NZ economy more. I betcha they will! China’s demand for quality wines means winegrowers have a huge opportunity here. Just form a label and cluster 50 winegrowers together under one label, offering different varieties and sell it into China. James Cameron can add his name to it (for free) to acknowledge the amount of land he was given by the OIO over Maori in hisAvatar ‘Indigenous Peoples’ rhetoric James pumps out in movies, that Chinese people love. Titanic is China’s no.1 foreign film of all time. So, perhaps James profile can help Kiwi biz people more, especially Maori and Manawatu Maori tribes get some of their land back and be productive on it with biz venture, seed capital funding in wise areas.
Thanks James! :)
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 27.6.12~
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