- DateNovember 14, 2018
- Time1:00 PM EST
- Duration1 hour
Are you using the right Incoterm for your business liability and profitability?
International Commercial Terms, known as INCOTERMS, help to bring countries with different trading practices together. Defining import and export responsibilities between the buyer and seller are essential to harmonious global trade transactions. Understanding and choosing the right Incoterm will determine your responsibility or risk. Using the wrong Incoterm can lead to serious implications for your businesses.
Our expert will help you understand terms, define their relationships, recognize risks and identify your obligations to ensure a smooth import and export process.
Topics covered in this webinar include:
- A basic introduction to Incoterms
- Definition of terms
- An outline of legal or financial liability and how to mitigate risk
- Choosing the right term at the right time
Gain basic knowledge and take steps to mitigate risk and stay compliant.
Who Should Attend?
Importers and exporters who require a basic understanding of Incoterms and the regulatory process, and who want to learn more about import and export risks and responsibilities.
Our Expert Speakers
Janet Takushi Senior Consultant
Janet Takushi has been a Senior Consultant with Trade Management Consulting at Livingston since June 2012.
Her responsibilities are providing compliance services related to import and export U.S. regulatory requirements, including assessments, audits, prior/voluntary disclosures, binding rulings, CCATS, export license requests, and import/export manuals and training.
With over 15 years of experience, Janet has particular expertise in free trade agreements, classification, supply chain and compliance audits, assessments and processes. Prior to Livingston, Janet managed the supply chain and compliance for the subsidiary of a multi-billion dollar corporation. She holds a BA in Business Administration from California State University, Fullerton