Export Compliance 201: Next Step to Reduce Risk, Cut Costs and Increase Pro...
***SEMINAR ON-SITE IN GRAYSLAKE OR VIA LIVE-STREAM WEBINAR***
Thursday, April 20, 2017
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CDT
$150 - Early bird registration until April 5
$195 – April 6
On-site registration includes reference materials, breakfast and lunch. Registration required- space is limited!
$125– Early bird registration until April 5
$150 – April 6-10
No webinar registrations accepted after 11:30 p.m., CDT April 10. Webinar includes reference materials. Once materials are mailed, no refunds will be processed.
Even experienced exporters miss important steps, which could inadvertently cause them to run the risk of breaking the law and face serious legal repercussions. There is a better way!
This program will help bring your international trade program into full compliance with a whole host of U.S. export/ import regulations. Learn the proper protocols for export/import compliance and learn how they can lead to increased sales, profits, and cost-cutting measures. Review how you can eliminate incorrect valuation on commercial invoices, EEIs and other documents used in an effort to benefit the “foreign” customer. Assess the correct way to handle valuation on drop shipments, warranties, repairs and replacements for customer purposes. Finally, you’ll round things off by reviewing the FCPA, as well as the Successor Liability and how these can affect you.
Program Take-Away and Understandings:
• Discover Six Ways To Export/Import Duty Free
• Discover Methods to Save on Duties and Taxes Overseas
• Assess Country of Origin vs. Marketing the Origin
• Ascertain the Correct Way to Export Samples, Warranties, Repairs & Replacements
• Ensure Proper Customs Valuation and Transfer Pricing with Related Parties
• Examine Three Drop Shipment Scenarios with Proper Customs Values & Documentation
• Review Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and Risks
• Discuss Successor Liabilities and How it Affects You
Note: Approved NASBITE International CGBP recertification program; earn 6 CEUs towards annual recertification.
About the Presenter:
Mike Allocca began his career in 1996 in operations at a freight forwarding company in Albany, NY. After obtaining his bachelor's degree in business administration, he quickly worked his way up over 10 years from internal operations to vice-president of sales. Completing an accelerated executive MBA Program through the University at Albany, he has sat on the board of directors of the Global Business Network in Albany, NY for two years. He has gained significant international business expertise from extensive travel to Europe and China.
Mike established Allocca Enterprises, Inc. in 2016, and has conducted hundreds of on-site and public training seminars nationally and internationally. He works on a daily basis with importers and exporters conducting compliance audits, classifications and implementing written export & import procedures.
Hosted by Illinois SBDC International Trade Center at the College of Lake County and Industrial Council of Nearwest Chicago.