Why Due Diligence is Important!
There are many elements to export controls. One of the critical elements and one that applies to all exports and exporters is knowing the end user, use and destination. The exporter must employ an aggressive process of due diligence and reasonable care to insure there is no reason not to proceed with a transaction. You must further document the steps you have taken in this regard.
Not taking reasonable steps to gather relative information and/or ignoring Red Flags can have serious consequences.
How You Will Benefit
This 90-minute webinar will provide an overview of the exporter's responsibility for Due Diligence, provide you with both best practices and the various steps that can be taken to insure compliance.
Who should attend?
International Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service Personnel
Transportation and Logistics
Why Incoterms Are Important
They are contractual terms of sale that define the obligations, risks, costs of the seller and buyer for the international sale of goods without requiring the parties to negotiate every detail of common transactions.
You may know the definitions of Incoterms 2010 bu do you know how to apply them. Many programs present the definitions of Incoterms but only provided a few select ways to apply them. The program will provide not only an understanding of the definitions buy actual examples of using them to your advantage in Purchase Orders, Sales Agreements and even letters of credit.
Do you know which terms to use if you are the seller and there is an export license or letter of credit? If you are the buyers, do you know why you may select certain terms based on the origin of the goods or other considerations? How and when to best use DDP? This program will help provide the answer.
Not using the best term in the proper context can be costly; don't realize your mistake when it is too late.
- The background of Incoterms
- Relationship between Incoterms and payment
- Terms, responsibilities, cost and risks of each term between buyer and seller
- Application of the most beneficial terms in International Transactions
How You Will Benefit
Incoterms are the language of International Trade. If understood, Incoterms can clarify the responsibilities of each party and minimize the cost of the goods sold.
Who should attend?
Exporters and professionals included in:
Please note: when you sign up for a free webinar, you will be asked for a credit card. Instead, choose the Purchase Order option. You will not be invoiced.
Save on the first attendee! ($100 - usually $175)
Additional attendees $50 (usually $75).
With the discount above, each additional attendee from same company pays only $50. Use the additional attendee button to add attendees. Offer Expires: Dec. 31, 2015. Only one discount per registration. Can't be combined with any other offers.
You will receive the access code to the webinar via email once payment is received. Paid webinar attendees will also receive a PDF copy of the presentation, and a Certificate of Attendance (within a week to ten days).
Webinars start at 1:00pm Eastern time and are approximately 90 minutes in length. Registration will close the day before the webinar at 5:00pm Eastern time. You will be connected to audio using your computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended. Or, you may select "Use Telephone" after joining the Webinar. A copy of the PowerPoint slides will be emailed before the webinar presentation (paid seminars only). These webinars will not be archived. Make sure that your computer complies with all software requirements. We recommend you log in 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the webinar. We also recommend that you use the "Test Java" link below. These tests ensure you won't miss portions of the program.
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