Small Companies, Big Challenges in International Trade: An Overview of Issues Facing Small and Medium Sized Companies Involved in Importing and Exporting
May 7, 2010
- Small Companies, Big Challenges in International Trade:
An Overview of Issues Facing Small and Medium Sized Companies Involved in Importing and Exporting
Date: May 7, 2010 (Registration 8:30, Program 9-3:30)
Location: TD Bank, 17 New England Executive Park, 2nd Flr, Burlington, MA 01803
Cost: $150 per person
Are you a small-to-medium size business involved in international trade? Do you have limited personnel or resources to properly manage your international trade activities? If so, then this is the session for you. In this full day session we will provide an overview of import and export requirements and issues that can be of particular concern to a small to medium size business. Customs enforcement proceedings are on the increase and the government is focusing on both the large and small importer. Companies can no longer consider themselves outside of the government radar because they are small. Learn how to best use your limited personnel and resources to protect the company from significant penalties for failing to comply with the law. This session is also valuable to brokers and freight forwarders who work with small-to-medium size businesses.
Call us at 781-272-7966 or email: email@example.com
To reserve your place at this seminar!
Middleton & Shrull
50 Mall Road, Suite 205
Burlington, MA 01803