For exporters, risk can come in many forms. It could be the risk of not getting paid, of violating U.S. export regulations, or of not being adequately protected by commercial agreements and contracts. To be successful and to make the most of opportunities afforded by international markets, an exporter needs to manage risk in a way that protects the company without diminishing competiveness and appeal to foreign buyers.
Join in for a day-long seminar that will help companies better understand areas of export related risk, identify tools and resources useful in conducting effective due diligence, and develop sales-positive strategies for mitigating risk. Private and public sector experts will lead sessions on:
- Tools and resources for screening and identifying potential customers and partners
- Reducing concerns of non-payment while not diminishing competiveness
Legal and Regulatory Risk
- Creating protective agreements and contracts
- Understanding and complying with U.S. export regulations
- Ensuring compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- Thursday, November 5, 2015
- 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Two Chatham Center, 112 Washington Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
- $75 – Lunch included
For more information, please contact Steven Murray at Steven.Murray@trade.gov or 412-644.2819