Tips for Every Importer: The Basics of Importing


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This import compliance webinar will discuss how to create and maintain an import compliance program.

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Tips for Every Importer: The Basics of Importing

  1. 1. Tips for Every Importer: The Basics of Importing December 09, Thursday 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM ESTWhy Should You Attend:This webinar will provide the basic building blocks you will need to develop & maintain your company’s import compli-ance program. It will cover the practical entry requirements and operations, principles of import compliance and thebasic elements that Customs & Border Protection expect from every importer. After taking this webinar you will have anunderstanding of the Customs Regulations and know how to implement mandatory internal controls.All functional groups who have import responsibility or need to understand the basics of importing and must be in-formed about import compliance should attend.Date: December 09, Thursday 2010Time: 10:00 AM PST | 1:00 PM ESTDuration: 60 MinInstructor: Jo-Anne DanielsLocation: Your office or conference room (no need to travel!) Jo-Anne Daniels Register NowAreas Covered in the Seminar:• Overview of the Customs Regulations.• Basic Import Operations• Broker Management & how to partner with your broker.• Introduction to Classification.• Trade Preference Programs, NAFTA, IFTA, GSP.• Special Duty Provisions U.S. Goods Returned (9801), Goods Returned for Repair (9802).• Basic valuation.• Country of Origin and Marking.• Mandatory Recordkeeping.• Import Compliance Risk Management.• How to avoid enforcement action and CBP Focus Assessment or Quick Response Audit.
  2. 2. Who Will Benefit: • Importers • Sales and Marketing Managers • Purchasing Managers • Forwarders • Customs Brokers • Carriers • Controllers • Risk Management • Trade Consultants • Attorneys and Legal Staff • Tax Manager • Logistic Managers • Supply Chain Managers Instructor Profile: Jo-Anne Daniels, is a Licensed Customs Broker for 25 years. Ms Daniels is the President of Trade Re- sources & Associates, a consulting firm providing international trade services to corporations and has been responsible for global trade compliance for multinational corporations, such as, Aviza Technology, Inc., Solectron Corporation, Applied Materials, and Siemens. She specializes in Customs, Commerce, and ITAR compliance assessments, executive awareness training, export and import classification guidance, supply chain security reviews and C-TPAT certification. She has been a featured guest speaker for trade associa- tions, logistic organizations, a guest lecturer at Golden Gate College. Ms.Daniels is a published writer, trainer, and President of the Professional Association of Exporters & Importers. Registration Information: * Register Online. Use your American Express, Visa or MasterCard. * For more than one attendee get 20% off on the price of additional attendee. * Get your group to attend the webinar at a discounted price call +1- 650-620-3937. * Call +1 - 650-620-3937 or Fax your PO: 650-963-2556. * Mail your check to: ComplianceOnline (MetricStream, Inc), 2600 E. Bayshore Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303. This message was sent to you by: ComplianceOnline www.complianceonline.comCopyright © 2010 2600 E. Bayshore Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303