WHEN Molder Sayrao first came to Australia to study at Macquarie University in 2014, her family members soon began asking her to send products home to western China.Vitamins, skincare, baby formula, anything Australian and natural. Pretty soon, Ms Sayrao former colleagues back home began asking as well, GIVENCHY PANDORA and word of mouth quickly spread.they received the stuff they bought from me they showed their colleagues on [social media app] WeChat, and also sent my barcode number so they can scan my account and talk to me directly, she said.Today, Ms Sayrao has more than 1500 regular customers and ships nearly 1000 parcels to China every week, each containing around four or five items at a profit of $1600 to $1700, or nearly $90,000 a year all from shopping in her spare time.have a full time job as well, she said. used to work in retail selling skincare at Myer, and also for luxury brand Givenchy. Daigou is like an extra job I can finish on the weekend, if I have a day off I just go to the store. Sayrao said popular products included vitamins, which Chinese people often bought for their elderly grandparents and great grandparents. China, people really respect the great grandparents, the oldest ones, she said.
The beginning I sold Blackmores and Swisse, then after a couple of months I started to get some different brands. Sometimes they send me a screenshot requesting [certain items]. she said the top sellers are mum and baby items. powder, baby nappies, and also some baby care products like baby cream [for] after shower, she said.Ms Sayrao is one of an estimated 80,000 daigou, or shoppers some of whom make upwards of $100,000 a year selling Australian products to customers in China on social media platforms like WeChat and Weibo.They sell their products on social media apps like WeChat. Picture: Chloe SmithSource:News Corp AustraliaThe 31 year old was speaking at the launch of AuMake first hub in Sydney Haymarket, AuMake launches 'daigou hub' in Sydney Givenchy a space where local suppliers can connect with daigou. AuMake, the country first dedicated daigou retailer, has already opened six Sydney locations, including its flagship George Street store in November.AuMake chairman Keong Chan has previously said he hoped to bring some order to the grey market trade, which has been marked by scenes of Chinese shoppers stripping supermarket shelves of products like baby formula, to the outrage of mothers.
Shopping Givenchy With Wholesale Price: http://search.yupoo.org/index.php?keyword=Givenchy+handbag
Tags: #Givenchy #yupoo #yupoo Givenchy #yupoo aliexpress #aliexpress yupoo #yupoo watches #yupoo search #yupoo english #free vector