Plastic T-shirt bag making machine

1.Plastic bag making machine is suitable for high density polyethylene (HDPE), the low density gathers alkene (LDPE) plastic film material.which is produces the plastic film to flat bag,
2. the performance of Plastic bag making machine is stable, the back cover is reliable, is the large, medium and small processed foods enterprise is most economical appropriately, bag sealing&cutting system equipment.
Plastic bag machine with below parts and information:
1.step motor or Japan servo motor
2.machine with photo cell;
3.produce flat open bag,patch bag and T-shirt bag;
4.suit to use LDPE and HDPE film to produce plastic bag.
polyethene plastic bag making machine
Plastic T-shirt bag

Plastic bag making machine technical Parameter :  
Model: SHXJ-A600 SHXJ-A700 SHXJ-A800 SHXJ-A900 SHXJ-A1000
width of sealing &cutting: 580 mm 680 mm 780 mm 880 mm 980 mm
length of sealing & cutting: 700 mm 1200 mm 1200 mm 1400 mm 1600 mm
speed of bag-making (pc/min): 240-400 240-400 60-100 50-100 40-100

Kingdom Machine professional produce Blown film extrusion,plastic bag machine,bottom sealing machine,side sealing machine,plastic T-shirt bag machine for Ajman,jebel ali free zone,dubai,Sharjah United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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How to Build Your MLM Business Without Selling Yourself Short

Do you want to be successful in your MLM Business? Do you want to have people knocking on your door to build your business?

When you build your business the right way, the goal is NOT to SELL your prospects on your product or business opportunity.

To most everyone in Network Marketing, this may sound completely backwards – but it was the key to my success as a #1 Recruiter.

People that want to duplicate my success always ask, “Calvenn, what’s the point of talking to anyone if you are not going to talk about your product or opportunity?”

The point is never to be selling. No one ever wants to be sold on anything, not even the best opportunity in the world, or the greatest product in the world. If people are not able to effectively conclude something themselves, then they will not likely stick with it.

If you have to use persuasive conversation and those cheesy closing techniques to get people involved in your opportunity, then you are building a business on quick sand. When you are the one pumping up the people and always having to push their hot buttons, you are not creating leaders, you are creating another J-O-B and will most likely become a babysitter.

Why is that? The reason has everything to do with emotions. You have probably heard it called ‘buyers remorse’. It can happen months, weeks or even minutes after the big close. Once people realize the reality of network marketing, they will likely tuck their tail between their legs and run for the hills.

The best way to avoid this is to be honest with your people. Let them know that there is real work involved, money to be invested, skills to be learned, and so much more than just taking a position and watching the checks roll in.

If you have to sell everyone on your opportunity and product, chances are that they will all return to their own lives if you are not upfront with them.

Everyone’s goal should be to establish a long-term friendship, or partnership, with the person that they are talking with and potentially getting involved with the business. I say ‘potentially’ because you may not want to work with some individuals; but this is another lesson for another time.

The type of relationship you are looking to establish right now has nothing to do with your product or opportunity, but rather with the character and integrity of the person with whom you are speaking.

Building a stable, long lasting, successful network marketing business is about relationships, not closing or one-time sales.

The biggest mistake I see with new distributors is that they are just focused on the sale because they want to make money, or close the deal. These people never create long term success in network marketing. The most successful network marketers have the best relationships with their team members and it goes beyond the product and opportunity.

Granted, you may get lucky and have a few people stick if you just go after the sale and close; but if you want to work less, have a more fulfilling business and create lifelong friendships, then you will want to follow these simple instructions below.

Help them have ownership in their decision.

Follow these simple steps to ultimate success in your MLM Business:

1) Forget about your product or opportunity.

2) Find out about them. See if they are someone that you want to be in business with in MLM. Ask them about their Family, Occupation, Recreation and Motivation (FORM Method of Communication).

3) Listen. Take notes, mentally and/or physically until your memory becomes great.

4) Be prepared – they will reciprocate.

5) Take excellent care of them.

Once you have followed steps 1-3, you have a new best friend and someone that honestly wants to know everything about you as well.

They will most likely ask you the same questions and have the same desire to want to get to know everything about you. This is where you will want to be prepared to talk about what you do with MLM.

My personal style is to answer their questions the next time we meet for coffee or have lunch together. There is no rush to building a long-term relationship or a strong business partner, so take your time as not to feel like you are selling to them. The entire process should come across natural.

HINT: The more you truly care about the other person, the more natural it will appear. You can never go wrong with sincerity; AND, you can never cover up ill intentions, no matter how good you think you are at talking with people.

A great leader once said, “Friends do what friends do!”

Enjoy and see you at the top!

Emerging Trends in Business Communication

Communication is perceived as relying of messages between two or more parties. Communication has grown to more than just relaying a message. Communication is a mutual transmission of ideas, opinions and questions leading to a common understanding or in some cases misunderstandings. Communication has proved to be a make or break aspect of every business and many businesses are scrambling to keep up with the fast growing world of business communication.

Growth of business communication infrastructure.

Over the last half decade, businesses have greatly invested in modern communication systems that facilitates quick and efficient exchange of both oral and written communication. According to Cisco Systems, largest provider of business communication solutions, equipment sales have been on the rise and more notably teleconferencing equipment and internet gadgetry. In the heart of modern communication we have the internet.

High speed internet has been in high demand owing to the increasing literacy levels all over the world. In the last three years, over ten fibre optic lines have been laid down in the Indian ocean with African countries being on the forefront to connect their citizens to high speed internet. South Africa, Kenya and Ghana are the highest internet consumers in Africa. In fact, Kenya is referred by many as the Silicon Valley of Africa.

Emerging trends in business communication.

Social media. Businesses are literary taking work to where the play is. There are over 1 billion Facebook user and nearly half a billion twitter and there is no way you can ignore such numbers. Many successful businesses have established customer care teams that interact and answer customer questions using social media platforms. You can barely go thirty minutes on Facebook without coming across a business advert. Social media is both fun and cheap to use making it a preferred marketing tool.

Outsourcing. This is a cost cutting move that businesses are employing to enhance customer service and feedback collection. With advancement in technology, customer desks can be located thousands of miles away from your business establishment. A business can have a 24hrs customer’s desk without paying a single cent as allowance.

Teleconferencing. Although it has been there for a while, teleconferencing has advanced with many businesses holding their AGMs remotely using telecommunication facilities.

A look into the future.

With many businesses on the final stages of recovery from the great recession, the future looks promising especially for small businesses. In a study conducted by Lloyds TSB Commercial, 42% of firms expect an increase in orders spreading over first six months of 2013. 44% are confident that sales will increase in the same time period while others are anticipating an increase in profits. Almost half of the firms involved in the study plan on allocating more to communication infrastructure and media advertising.

Leading communication firms, Huawei and ZTE expect an increase in production and sales in order to satisfy the technology hungry population. We expect business communication to receive a boost with the anticipated release of BlackBerry by RIM. BlackBerry has been the preferred business communication mobile phone owing to its advance security feature and email feature. We can’t ignore the role played by tablet phones in business communication, especially presentations. Microsoft will be releasing dozens of tablets running on their new Windows8 OS that easily synchronize with your laptop or desktop. This will be a boost to office portability.