International Trade: Strategies to Enhance Financing and Operational Success
Steven Lehat, Founder and President of Law Business World
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This International trade seminar will provide answers to the following questions:
- Why mastery over the valuation code is a profit enhancer
- How tariff classification can be a magnet for investors
- How to use insurance to protect your customers, yourself and your bottom-line
- Why licensing production gives your products a second life
- How import-export can multiply your market reach
This course will make you aware of the importance of your international trade (imports, exports, licensing). It will explore:
- What international trade is and how to monetize its various aspects.
- How the world of finance deals with international trade and how you can use your trading activity as a magnet for investors.
- How to protect your international trade against competitors here and abroad.
- Use of special insurance to protect your international trade and bottom line.
Licensing is a revenue creator and the use of international trade as a licensing driver will be laid out for you to take advantage of this substantial way of making money that otherwise would not be available to your enterprise. You will be instructed on how to expand the market in which you sell and when to utilize this successful strategy for growing your enterprise.
Upon completing this course participants will:
- Understand how to identify international trade opportunities
- Be able to utilize International trade to build revenues
- Evaluate effectiveness, suitability and adaptability of implemented solutions/corrective actions
- Receive a tool box of methods to assist them in knowing if they have a comprehensive, bullet proof system for growing international trade into revenue
- Learn to investigate and evaluate and prioritize solutions
- Learn problem solving methods to help them assess which is best for their situation
- Be able to develop successful implementation plans
- Learn how to differentiate between proactive and reactive actions
- Understand where an issue can be localized or must be evaluated in the larger context for systemic effect
- Be able to perform opportunity assessments effectively
- Understand where companies adopt best practices
Who will Benefit:
This course is designed for people tasked with developing, protecting and monetizing product for international trade. Following personnel will benefit from the course:
- Trading professionals
- Customs brokers
- Regulatory professionals
- Compliance professionals
- Document control specialists
- Record retention specialists
- Legal professionals
- Buying agents
- Selling agents
- Export management companies
|Day One (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
||Day Two (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
Registration Process: 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Session Start Time: 9:00 AM
- Process Overview
- Identifying what to ought to be exported and imported
- Identify what markets to consider
- How to use the international trade protection system
- Advantaged markets
- Lawful or temporal
- Tips and pitfalls for choosing to trade through
- Internal Sources, External Sources, and Outputs
- Partnering for international trade development
- What should you be looking for?
- Who will own the international trade apparatus?
- Who has the opportunity to receive most of the revenues from commercialization of international trade?
- Building an international trade portfolio
- Ideal characteristics and Record
- People, process, tools
- The ideal record
- The law perspective and analysis
- The 5 Why’s
- Revenue strategies diagram
- International Trade market charts
- Process mapping
- Tree Analysis (FTA)
- International Trade Analysis
- The International Trade Profit Plan
- Relating a plan to each identified International trade opportunity
- Plan execution
- The verification of effectiveness
- Plan and execution
- Documentation expectations
- Reviews approvals
- Case study exercise from current international trade best practices
Meet Your Instructor
Founder and President of Law Business World
Steven Lehat is an attorney with over thirty years of experience. He has worked with many multinational corporations including Hyundai, Pier 1 Imports and Bacardi, managing accounts worth hundreds of millions of dollars. An entrepreneur, Steven has founded several successful businesses. He has been featured in “Who’s Who in American Law” as well as in “Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America.” Steven’s work has been published all over the world, including the “Hong Kong Shipping Gazette,” “The European Intellectual Property Review” and “Accounting Today.” Steven is passionate about business, the law and helping others succeed. He has a BBA in Finance from the University of Cincinnati and a JD from Southwestern University School of Law. He is a mentor to membership of twenty organizations across the country (including Chambers of Commerce, World Trade Centers, State Economic Agencies, Business Schools at the Universities of Cincinnati and Maryland and USC’s Marshall School of Business, as well as trade groups).
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