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Wannabe Geek

# 110306 7-Oct-2012 14:02
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Hello Guys,

I'm starting up my own business "Efficient Trade Ltd", which specializes in the trade of raw materials directly from supplier to customer (Chemical elements, minerals & chemical compounds). 

I'm looking to collaborate with New Zealand what Freitas mentioned with wheedle, I wouldn't like to outsource my work, but sometimes it's just cheaper...especially for someone like me who has little money.  But I'm extremely interested in collaborating, I would rather have the website be 100% community managed & operated...not a business, this would allow anyone to make a living off commodity trading, while also distributing wealth equally.

Anyways, PM me...I've sacrificed the last 18 months. I'm doing this voluntary in my own time & would love for people to also sacrifice a bit of time for the benefit of New Zealand :P.

This would actually be something that could compete with trademe...TradeMe doesn't offer commodities really & since commodities represent over 50% of all Imports...



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Uber Geek

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  # 697474 7-Oct-2012 14:32
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hey welcome!

can you actually sell these chemicals online?

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Wannabe Geek

  # 697479 7-Oct-2012 14:43
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nakedmolerat: hey welcome!

can you actually sell these chemicals online?

Yep, I've made over 2,000 trades using TradeMe, then got sick of TradeMe & decided to make my own commodity trade website...which has now expanded into a massive project. I'm also making connections through linkedin to ensure everything is legal of course...but I already know what can go wrong.

Not all the products mentioned on the website will be sold, they are simply placeholders for the moment. 



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Master Geek

  # 697744 8-Oct-2012 09:34
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Hello and Welcome!

That sounds interesting will be keeping an eye out.

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