To help get some answers on how SMEs can protect their supply chains and their businesses during this time of disruption we brought together experts in supply chain management, contracts, customs and the Incoterms® 2020 rules to answer key questions on how SMEs can protect themselves and have confidence in their international transactions.
Which Incoterms® rule an organization chooses for a trade transaction will depend on a number of factors. Here’s how to get it right.
Learn more about what Incoterms® are and how they’re used in advance of the new Incoterms® 2020 rules that will come into effect on January 1, 2020.
FITT and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce are partnering to deliver Incoterms® 2020 in-person training to Canadian businesses.
To improve communication and mitigate the risks of misunderstandings, the ICC developed Incoterms to serve as universal trade definitions.
My exposure to Incoterms goes back to 2002 when I took my first FITT-accredited international business course at Seneca College.
Samantha’s fascination with the interconnectivity of the world’s goods have led her to some fascinating adventures of her own, including leading major projects helping SMEs enter new global markets and guiding the Prime Minister of Estonia at an important industry event.
Yuzuru’s forte of nurturing strong business relationships helps him easily bridge every gap between foreign suppliers and his Japanese consumers. With his keen business acumen and a deep knowledge of Japanese markets, he looks all set to launch his new importing company.
Small businesses across the map still face a long uphill battle, but we wanted to dig into how they can lower costs today to help make it through to the better days ahead. And how to really hit the ground running as soon as possible.
I know it can be daunting: a region of 600 million people and over 20 countries, stretched across three continents and two hemispheres. But believe me, even if Latin America can be challenging, small businesses can crack it too. Let me tell you why.