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Blog
11 February 2019
Brand Protection in a Global Market »
By Clare Mann - Partner at Dehns , Chartered Trade Mark Attorney “From little acorns do mighty oaks grow” So say...
05 February 2019
Back to basics: customs charges and taxes, import duty, commodity codes »
What customs charges are there for importers and exporters? There are many different types of customs charges when good...
05 February 2019
What's going to happen to tariffs after Brexit? »
What are tariff codes and why are they important? Tariff codes are very important in international trade as they descri...
25 January 2019
AEO – what is it and could your business benefit? »
Within the Single Market and the Customs Union as we are at present, companies holding Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)...
25 January 2019
What you need to know about the WTO »
With the Brexit deadline looming, plenty of our members are asking about World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules and their po...
24 January 2019
Rules of Origin - what you need to know »
Ahead of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, we’re going to be looking at some of the key terms and processes of exporting th...
24 January 2019
What is an EORI? »
Ahead of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, we’re going to be looking at some of the key terms and processes of exporting th...
17 January 2019
Businesses lukewarm about export prospects post-Brexit - new poll finds »
Exporting business in the UK are lukewarm about their prospects in international trade, during a period of sustained uncer...
09 January 2019
4 differences between Italian vs British ecommerce »
By Francesca Farina, Content Coordinator at Pentagon Italy is one of the fastest growing ecommerce markets in Europe w...
21 December 2018
‘Use it or lose it’ - access apprenticeship funding quickly in 2019 »
The Institute of Export and International Trade provide professional qualifications which allow businesses to access appre...
18 December 2018
Polkadoodles and Atom Brands show the value of having a plan and a can-do attitude »
The latest Open to Export webinar saw our Director General, Lesley Batchelor, joined by two fantastic case study exporte...
27 November 2018
Explore the exporting opportunities in Mauritius with our new Doing Business Guide »
Our new Doing Business in Mauritius Guide looks at a market which has many opportunities for the UK’s businesses. Despit...
20 November 2018
It’s never too early to start preparing »
With so much being said about Brexit at the moment and the prospect of a no-deal exit from the EU becoming increasingly si...
08 November 2018   (0 Comments - view/add)
Building economic growth through exports »
The Institute was delighted to host its annual World Trade Summit last week and this year we were proud to  be workin...
25 October 2018
World Trade Summit: Making the Case for Export with Dr John Llewellyn »
This is an interview with Dr John Llewellyn, Partner at  Llewellyn Consulting . John will be speaking at the Worl...
19 October 2018
How FITT train Canadian businesses to foster compliant cross-border trade »
This article is taken from an interview we did for the autumnal edition of our World Trade Matters journal with Scott Fer...
16 October 2018
World Trade Summit Preview: Understanding the National Export Challenge with James Binns (Barclays) »
This is an interview with James Binns, Managing Director, Global Head of Trade and Working Capital at Barclays . Barclays...
09 October 2018
World Trade Summit Preview: Talking AEO with Martin Dubbey (Harod Associates) »
This is an interview with Martin Dubbey, Managing Director at Harod Associates . Martin will be speaking at the World Tra...
09 October 2018
Opportunities abound for recruiters in times of change »
By Sue Farmer, Head of Recruitment Finance at Bibby Financial Services (Corporate Members) As the country prepares t...
11 September 2018
The warehouse requirements you can’t afford to compromise on for air freight forwarding »
Article by: Nick Rees is Commercial & ALL Director of Yusen Logistics (UK) Ltd (IOE&IT Corporate Members) Last finan...
03 September 2018
Deal or no deal? »
Article by: David Postings, Global CEO,  Bibby Financial Services  (IOE&IT Corporate Members) With less...
30 August 2018   (0 Comments - view/add)
UKWA CEO warns that Dover is catastrophically unprepared for Brexit »
  Peter Ward, CEO of UKWA ( United Kingdom Warehousing Association ), and Fellow of the IOE&IT, has warned tha...
09 August 2018
Training the Next Generation of International Trade Managers »
In collaboration with the University of Plymouth, the Institute this summer launched a new  Level 5 Foundation Degree...
08 August 2018
CHIEF was an information system but CDS is a service »
  Guest blog from Tate's Export Guide - members of the Institute of Export & International Trade  &n...
27 July 2018   (0 Comments - view/add)
Brexit in the slow lane? »
Article by: Kash Ahmad, UK Specialist Director at Bibby Financial Services (IOE&IT Corporate Members) Tracke...
20 July 2018
The Impact of Cross-Border VAT on Everyday Business for E-commerce Sellers »
Article by: Romilly Blakeley, SimplyVAT.com - IOE&IT Business Member In 2017 a quarter of Amazon’s revenue generat...
11 July 2018
Why the apprenticeship levy could be the solution to the export skills shortage »
The apprenticeship levy was introduced by the government, coming into effect in April last year, in order to help fulfil i...
10 July 2018
New Brexit survey shows the UK's exporters still value access to the single market »
2 years on from the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU, it remains the case that many UK exporters desire continu...
26 June 2018
The tangible skills and knowledge needed to export 'intangibles' »
The contribution of service exports to the UK economy is well known - particularly in regard to financial services. While...
21 June 2018
New app from Tate’s Export Guide publishers cuts complexity and lets you Just Trade »
Article by:  Tate's Export Guide  (corporate members) Just Trade , a new app from the publishers of Tate’...
21 June 2018
2 years on from the Brexit referendum - member survey »
2 years on from the Brexit referendum, the Institute of Export & International Trade are asking its members and busine...
20 June 2018   (0 Comments - view/add)
2 years on from the Brexit referendum - a timeline of key events »
Saturday 23 June 2018 marks the 2-year anniversary of the EU membership referendum in which 52% of the voting public sugge...
14 June 2018
How to become an International Marketing Specialist »
Reaching and then winning customers in overseas markets is a significant challenge for new exporters – or even for establi...
18 May 2018
Why you need to properly understand how international logistics works »
Over the years the EU has taken the blame for many bureaucratic oddities from banana curvature to overzealous health and s...
15 May 2018
New African Continental Free Trade Area is potential $2.5 trillion target market »
Article by: Tate's Export Guide (corporate members) In March the Rwanda conference of 44 African heads of state p...

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