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Exporting Basics Session

September 24, 2024

09:30 - 12:30


East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

As a potential exporter it is vital to understand the complex issues of trading internationally. Exporting is a process and needs planning with clear and focussed objectives. Taking time to consider the implications for your business and the need to be realistic within a timescale of what can be achieved is essential.

This short half day session will give practical tips and advice to enable your business to look at exporting.


09:30 - Brief introductions to the benefits of exporting, planning and market research 

10:00 - The principle terms of payment and how to use Incoterms 2020 ® 

10:30 - Break 

10:45 - Factors to consider when pricing a quotation 

11:15 - Overview of HM Revenue and Customs regulations, embargoes, sanctions and other licences. What to provide freight forwarders. Understanding of the documentation required 

11:45 - Help and advice, questions and assessments 


"I found the seminar extremely informative and an excellent beginners guide to exports. Before attending the course I was unsure of export terminology and basic export documentation protocol. With the trainer’s extensive experience in the export sector and clear presentation I left the course feeling more confident about dealing with export jobs. A definite ‘must do’ course for beginners" Katie Deakin – Cosmotec

£250 per attendee or 100% UKSPF funding available to businesses located in Burnley, Pendle, Hyndburn & Blackburn with Darwen.

Venue address

East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, Red Rose Court, Clayton Business Park, Clayton-le-Moors, Accrington, BB55JR

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