This FREE workshop provided by Enterprise Europe Network is designed specifically for SMEs and companies who have at least some awareness of/or exposure to cross-border trading and are interested in the next steps of import and export licencing, the processes involved and how to apply for a licence. The Enterprise Europe Network is the largest network of contact points (600 partner organisations) providing information and advice to companies on EU matters, in particular, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
The seminar will include a variety of content from the role of customs and regulators to the process of applying for a licence. The session will cover both import and export licencing, regulations and controls on both dual-use and military goods, as well as the importance of making the correct declarations and how to complete licence applications.
The two hour workshop will take place at the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce in a seminar style environment and is designed to give your business the information it needs to engage in importing and exporting and provide guidelines for when your business needs a licence.
- Intro to imports and exports
- Role of Customs and regulators
- Import licencing
- When do I need a licence?
- Online rating
- Export licencing
- Export control regimes
- Military List
- Dual Use Goods
- Applying for licence
Who should attend?
This session is designed for those who have some knowledge or exposure to international trade but wish to expand their knowledge of risks and issues involved in import and export licencing.
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