26/09/2013

Get prepared to export to the United States

A lot of companies want to export to the United States, but they don’t necessarily have the time to figure out how to make that happen. The NEBS seminar will feature presenters with expertise in immigration law, customs compliance, tax and foreign finance to help answer the questions that are holding companies back.

10/09/2013

Adding value to the management chain with international trade expertise

As an Executive Assistant, Janisette Cruz knows that it is important to understand her employer’s business and be in a position to add value to the management chain. Her employer, PoleCo, is working on developing a market in Latin America. In her current job, Janisette enjoys applying her skills, experience and international trade expertise to help PoleCo achieve its goals.

03/09/2013

Could Iraq be the next big emerging market?

With improvements being made in terms of security, and the country’s young population with a drive to learn and develop, the possibilities for economic growth and foreign trade are looking more positive. With new financial processes and infrastructure being constructed in Iraq, do you think it could soon become the next big emerging market?

30/08/2013

Considering all the costs of international trade

The biggest mistake you can make in international trade is jumping in head first without having done your homework. And while engaging in global business can be rewarding and lucrative, having a lack of understanding of all the factors and costs involved can lead to problems that are both stressful and expensive.

20/08/2013

Top 4 importing tips for international trade rookies

Margaret Duhamel sees importers make simple errors every day that can cost their companies time, money and a whole lot of stress. And after working in the human resources department at Icecorp Inc. for __ years, she says there are always new problems. Here are some tips from Margaret to help your import process smoother and more successful.

16/08/2013

Taking care of business the Italian way

So a slower-paced working environment and a keen focus on humanity rather than the bottom dollar seems to work for small businesses in Italy. But would it benefit small businesses in other regions of the world as well?