This month we’ve got some really exciting and useful events scheduled, take a look!
As we get ready to welcome some summer sunshine, there is no slowing down for companies looking take advantage of the global marketplace, and here at International Trade Matters we have got a month of training and events that are specifically designed to help companies of all shapes and sizes reach the import & export potential.
Here’s a preview of what’s coming up:
On the 8th June we have a British Chambers of Commerce online training course on Customs Procedures & Documentation
Covering the role of HMRC as well as practicalities such as goods wholly produced in the UK, Specialist Mike Court will be discussing the use of documentation such as EUR1’s, free circulation, AEO, VAT and of course, the ever important Incoterms®. This course is suitable for administrators, managers, directors, and owners of businesses who need to understand customs procedures to ensure documentation is administered correctly and meets compliance requirements. Can you afford not to know about this? Find out more HERE
We’re not all about exporting you know..
On Thursday 23rd June, we are delivering an introduction course on import procedures. The perfect course for anyone looking to begin purchasing goods and services from overseas. The course will cover import documentation and procedures, commercial considerations, the importance of your purchase order, calculating VAT and duty, and how to reduce import customs clearance delays. Incoterms® and their impact on importing will be shown, along with an introduction to duty regimes to help importers. Can you afford to miss this? Click HERE for more information.
Meanwhile, International Trade Specialist Frances Fawcett is delivering a really useful webinar with Hampshire Chamber of Commerce.
If you are selling via your website to customers in the EU, or perhaps you are looking to start…make sure to join International Trade Matters Specialist Frances Fawcett and Hampshire Chamber of Commerce for a webinar on what the EU IOSS means for eCommerce Sellers on the 14th June at 2.30pm. Find out more and sign up HERE. Here’s what’s coming up over the next month: