business, knowledge is power. In international
business, knowledge is survival.
If you and your company
are going to succeed in the international marketplace,
you must know as much or more than your global customers,
suppliers and competitors. A single misstep could
not only result in lost sales and profits, it could
lead to government-imposed fines and restrictions.
That’s why International Business Training
(IBT) has put together this collection of training
materials designed to help importers and exporters
succeed in international trade. Organized
by topic—Export, Import, NAFTA and Incoterms—these
books, seminars and personalized compliance auditswill
help your company grow its global business, increase
profits, and avoid the type of violations that could
put you out of business.
From documentation to compliance, arranging transportation to getting paid, our
export assistance products will help you and your company be better exporters.
U.S. Customs has placed responsibility for import
compliance squarely on the shoulders of importers. These
books, seminars and consulting services will help
you meet those obligations while operating a profitable
Use these resources to ensure that you are taking
full advantage of the North American Free Trade
Agreement (NAFTA) and the other new free trade
agreements (FTAs) the United States has joined.
International business has its own language. Make
sure you understand the international trade terms
(called Incoterms) and how they are properly used
by companies around the world.
|In addition to these specific topic areas,
IBT offers a variety of other, more general resources
to help you and your company manage your import-export
International Trade Articles
We have assembled a group of experienced international
trade professionals to write articles on topics
ranging from import regulations to export documentation;
free trade agreements to Incoterms; letters of
credit to international marketing. Come back
every week for the newest article.
Import-Export Email List
Do you have a question about international trade
that you just can’t get answered? Our
email discussion list allows you to post questions
and comments to other list members located around
the world and provides a wealth of information
from a variety of perspectives.
We've put together an assortment of international
trade tools designed to make your job a little easier.
Check out a chart of Incoterms 2000. Use the Measurement
Converter, lookup a Schedule B Code, get help with
your export documents, and more.
|Since our founding in 1995, we’ve helped
thousands of U.S. companies successfully compete
in the international arena. Let us help
you, too. Check out our complete product
offerings online, call us at 1-800-641-0920 if
you have any questions. You’ll
be glad you did!