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International Business Essentials
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Understanding international commercial issues is key for developing a successful and long term international market strategy. This 2 day course is an in-depth look at exporting, designed for people who have some knowledge of exporting and who have regular customer contact, particularly those in administration and commercial departments. The course covers export documents and procedures, international commercial issues such as being competitive overseas and the value of understanding culture.

 Export to Your Calendar 19/09/2018 to 20/09/2018
When: 09:45
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The Office Group - The Gridiron Building
One Pancras Square
King's Cross
London, Greater London  N1C 4AG
United Kingdom
Contact: IOEx Training
01733 404400

Online registration is available until: 19/09/2018
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Key Learning objectives and outcomes of the course

• Understand what an export is both direct and indirect
• The National Export System and CHIEF
• How to use duty relief schemes
• Understand the role of the tariff code and the importance of correct classification
• Understand how to produce the necessary documentation for an international shipment and identify where to go for sources of information and assistance.
• Use most appropriate Incoterm® for the shipment of your products
• Understand international payment methods
• Information requirements for a customs audit
• How to check competitiveness of your products in any particular market
• Working with freight forwarders
• Understand culture and the role this can play in helping develop your exports
• Finding, setting up and managing agents and distributors
• When to use agent or distributor agreements and the key clauses

Who should attend

  • Ideal for all newcomers to export
  • Those whose job has an export connection, particularly in administration and commercial departments

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