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This course focuses on the concerns of practicing International Trade professionals and aids in understanding factors affecting the global market-place, along with the entire process from a practical, ...

This course focuses on the concerns of practicing International Trade professionals and aids in understanding factors affecting the global market-place, along with the entire process from a practical, customer-driven viewpoint. This is a multidisciplinary course designed to provide the participants an insight into International Trade with emphasis on export-import management; it is designed in the form of easy to grasp modules with the help of trained and experienced faculty.

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  • Certificate in International Trade Management Why Do This Course?
  • Objective
    • Focuses on the concerns of practicing International Trade Professionals
    • Understanding of factors affecting the global marketplace
    • Practical and customer-driven standpoint of the entire process
    • Emphasis on export-import management
  • Career Opportunities
    • Advisory levels in -
      • PSUs with foreign trade operations
      • Export Promotion Councils
      • Multi-national Companies
      • International Trade Regulatory Bodies
    • International Business Law Professionals and Strategic Planners
    • Those already employed in the industry and seeking role rotation, or aspire to move into the managerial cadre
    • Those aspiring to join as Management Trainee, Sales Executive, Import-Export Agent, Wholesaler, Freight Forwarder, Product Manager, C&F Agent of reputed Export House
    • Start one’s own export business
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  • Who should attend this workshop?
    • Executives working in EX-IM houses
    • Entrepreneurs
    • Working Executives / Professionals
    • Students
    • Trade Consultants
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  • What you will learn?
    • Decide if you are ready to export
    • Evaluate your company’s export potential
    • Choose Foreign Markets
    • Select your distribution channels
    • Framework of International Trade
    • Financing Alternatives and various Payment Methods
    • Risks related to Foreign Exchange, and Legal and Political Environment
    • Taxation Issues Related to Cross-border Trade
    • Leveraging IPR for Trade
  • GET INSIGHTS INTO . . .
  • Export-Import Procedures, Terms, and Risk Paths Source: International Business, R. M. Joshi, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2005 SELLER BUYER EXW ROAD RAIL AIR DDP DDU DEQ (named port of destination) DES (named port of destination) FCA (named inland carrier at named point of departure) FAS (named port of shipment) FOB (named port of shipment) CFR (named port of destination) CIF (named port of destination) Importing country’s frontier Transport paid CPT CIP DOCK Port of shipment DOCK Port of destination Transport and insurance paid Passing of Risk Passing of cost (seller bears charges to..)
  • Date of Shipment Date of realization of exports proceeds Date of receipt of Export order Pre-Shipment credit Post Shipment credit Export Credit and Export Finance Source: International Marketing, R. M. Joshi, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2005
  • Pre-Purchase Purchase Payment E-Bill Payment Biddings E-Promotion Warehouse Mgmt. System E-Tools Electronic Data Interchange E-Procurement E-Logistics E-Marketing IT: Making International Business Paperless Source: Export-Import Management, J. Paul and R. Aserkar, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2008
  • India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves – Forex Risk and Management Source: Reserve Bank of India
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management Demand Planning Material Requirement Planning Demand Forecasting Supplier Plant Warehouse Logistics Retailer Production Plan Component Requirement Order Management
  • . . . THE UNEQUAL WORLD Source: The World Economy, Vol. 1: A Millennium Perspective, Vol. 2: Historical Statistics, Development Centre Studies, OECD, 2006, pp. 636, 43; World Economic Outlook, Spillovers and Cycles in the Global Economy, IMF, April 2007, p. 204
  • Source: The World Economy, Vol. 1: A Millennium Perspective, Vol. 2: Historical Statistics, Development Centre Studies, OECD, 2006, pp. 636, 43; World Economic Outlook, Spillovers and Cycles in the Global Economy, IMF, April 2007, p. 204
  • Source: The World Economy, Vol. 1: A Millennium Perspective, Vol. 2: Historical Statistics, Development Centre Studies, OECD, 2006, pp. 636, 43; World Economic Outlook, Spillovers and Cycles in the Global Economy, IMF, April 2007, p. 204
  • AND MORE…
  • Pedagogy
    • Mentor Guided Training facilitated by question-answer session, experience sharing, case studies, syndicate exercises etc.
  • Faculty
    • Dr. D. R. Agarwal . Experience : Over 30 years Specialization : WTO and IPR
    • Dr. Agarwal has been practicing as Chartered Accountant since Febru-ary 1982. He is the Visiting Faculty in Institute of Company Secretaries of India. He has participated in various international conference/seminars such as 7th WTO Ministerial Conference in Geneva, Nov-Dec 2009 and World Carbon Conference in Beijing, Nov 2009. He has also participated in various panel discussions on various topics relating to International Trade, Intellectual Property, Accountancy, Taxation and Economics organised by various Chamber of Commerce and other NGOs. He has written articles in various Newspapers and Magazines occassionally.
    • Prof. Saptarshi Banerjee. Experience : Over 26 years S pecialization : Shipping, Logistics & Supply Chain Management
    • He graduated in Economics (Hons.) from St. Xavier’s College. He has over 26 years of work experience in international trade with special focus on export-import management and documentation, shipping, logistics and supply chain management. He is also a Associate Mem-ber of Chartered Institute of Transport, London and also holds a di-ploma in Foreign Trade Management from the Institute of Export Management (affiliated to the Institute of Export, London). Apart from day to day management, he is regularly mentoring business houses in shipping laws, procedures, interpersonal and soft-skills, process management, change management, management by values.
  • Visit www.iitrade.ac.in for more details…