Incoterms 2010: Terms of Sale Seminar
Half-Day Session — 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Certificate Issued Upon Completion.
If your company is relying on the trade term FOB for all your international shipments, you may be in for a few surprises. FOB has a much different meaning in international trade than it does for domestic orders. Understanding the common set of international trade terms—Incoterms 2010—will ensure that you are speaking the same language as your international customers and vendors and protect your company against unanticipated expenses and liability.
This half-day seminar evaluates each of the Incoterms 2010 trade terms and the definitions and rules for each so you can decide which term or terms will work best for your company. The instructor will use case studies and exercises to help define the most appropriate terms to use and provide an overview of the differences between Incoterms 2010 and more traditional domestic terms of sale.
If you take this seminar, you will learn:
- The differences between the domestic and international terms of sales.
- The meaning of each of the 11 different Incoterms.
- The responsibilities and obligations for the seller and the buyer under each of the terms.
- The costs associated with each term.
- When to use the different terms.
Come to this one-day seminar armed with your questions. Small class sizes and a knowledgeable teacher allow for a great interaction between attendees and the instructor. All attendees receive the Incoterms 2010 and the UCC: A Guide to International & Domestic Terms of Sale reference book to serve as a day-to-day guide.
Can't travel. This seminar is also available in an online webinar format. Click here for more information.
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You must call and register with IBT at (800) 641-0920 to get this special discounted price.
Seminar refund policy. IBT will issue a complete refund if you cancel up to three weeks before your seminar begins. Cancellations received less than three weeks before the seminar can be converted into a tuition credit for $125, good for a full year, which you can use for a future seminar or webinar. In fairness to all attendees, confirmed attendees who do not attend their scheduled seminar are liable for the entire fee. You may send a substitute if you are not able to attend at the last minute.
WHEN CHECKING OUT, PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ABOUT THE SEMINAR ATTENDEE IN THE "NOTE TO SELLER" BOX:
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Company Name & Address
II. DOMESTIC TERMS OF SALE FOR DOMESTIC TRANSACTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
III. INCOTERMS 2010 PRODUCT TRANSPORTATION AND RISK OF LOSS
IV. EXERCISES / WORKSHOP