We are always watching for special dots that no one else might see but we can connect and share an opportunity with our readers.
In this case the opportunity is Ecuador honey. We’ll be sharing this honey at our October 5-6-7 Super Thinking + International Investing & Business seminar.
The opportunity comes because there is nothing like this Ecuador honey in the world.
Roberto Ribadeneira, Ecuador Ateam’s export logistics supplier sent me a note with these honey photos.
Gary, These are varietal honeys. Exclusive unique. I’ll bring this to the October conference. No one in the world has this. 100% organic… really authentic.
It is little known that the indigenous community is a quiet nation of bee keepers. They are really good bee keepers… unbelievable ones… offering special aged honey… royal jelly… and more. The shamans use honey and bees in their healing ceremonies.
Roberto also wrote: Yes, this is an exclusive organic product. I just met with the owner and the potential is huge. I am working with the logistics right now to see how we get to the USA. But this is a premium unique product. They know so much about this is crazy. I’ll send you the details, how it works, etc. I’d love to discuss it with everyone at the October seminar. No one else has anything like this. The producers are a small and elite company.
What does it take to export from Ecuador? Here is a business lesson from the Texas Rangers.
Texas Ranger badge.
Almost everyone has heard of the Texas Rangers. They are the oldest law enforcement body on the North American Continent and have helped bring in many famous criminals like John Wesley Hardin and Bonnie and Clyde.
We were really tickled to hear from a delegate of the Ecuador Export tours that he had sold hundreds of embossed Ecuador leather backpacks to the Texas Rangers and that was just the first order. However it turned out that there was one thing that even these famous lawmen could not overcome…. red tape.
Almost no one has heard of the 106 rules the current administration has passed in the last three years that collectively will cost taxpayers more than $46 billion annually in compliance and lost productivity.
Roberto Ribadeneira resolved this dilemma for our Ecuador Living Club members by creating a export logistic service that takes care of all the red tape and provides all the services that are needed to export! This is another reason that I am so excited about the honey!
Roberto now is offering this service to Ecuador Living Club members for a set fee so exporters can price their products accordingly.
This is a great service that is being used by numerous large farms in Ecuador now. Roberto provides every detail for importing products into the USA and this can be used for honey as well as roses. Merri and I have used Roberto’s logistics service for almost half a decade.
One big benefit is that the service can send each product direct to the buyer in the USA.
You can sell your import direct to the customer. Roberto charges the customer and delivers the order. Everything is handled by the service. The tracking notice and product are delivered direct to the buyer. The logistics service then charges our credit card and pays the supplier… so no money has to be wired to Ecuador.
The Ecuadorshop Logistics service makes large and medium scale Ecuador exporting possible. Our Ecuador Living Club and the Ecuador export tours make this service possible from smaller businesses. As you can imagine a service of this nature requires substantial set up and personal attention. Normally this would be available only to larger businesses such as rose plantations. Due to the size of our readership… the size limitation for acceptance has been removed. This is an exclusive service available to our Ecuador Living Club members and to the delegates who attend Ecuador tours conducted by Jean Marie Butterlin.
Turning your passion into profit with your own business makes sense in these technological times… if you can outrun growth in red tape. The Ecuadorshop logistic service can help stop red tape from putting your business in the red.
Meet Roberto and see the honey at our October 5-6-7 North Carolina seminar.
At the seminar, we’ll see how honey and other value added agricultural products create special opportunity on multi dimensional Ecuador farms.
Delegates viewing farm at San Vicente.
Farm at Briceno
One delegate bought a farm at an unusually low price because it also had excess amounts of water over the whole year.
The farm gets its water from this well that has a 12 meters (36 feet) thick water reservoir that never goes dry.
Delegates visiting farm on beach front with multi dimensional opportunity.
This beach farm for example offers rental income or can be subdivided into a farming community with several smaller farms.
Multi dimensional farms can earn from farming and other opportunities. For example many farms are primary – never touched forests. These farms can earn from ecological selective logging that in a couple of years alone would pay for the farm itself.
These farms offer a great place to…
live, work, earn and enjoy a natural life.