Upcoming Webinars
 

When Was the Last Time You Looked at FTZs? It Might be Time to Look Again!

Date:

January 29, 2020

Time:

2 to 3 p.m. ET

CEUs:

1 CCS/CES Credit

Price:

Members $50 / Non-Members $75

 

Overview

If you have ever considered incorporating FTZ operations into your business but are unsure if it is a good choice or how to do it, now is a good time to look at the program with fresh perspective. Many things have changed about the program in recent years, and those changes could be to your benefit. Whether you are a broker, a warehouse operator, or an importer/exporter, this webinar will give you the information on how you can leverage this important program.


Hear from Melissa Irmen, Senior Vice President with ISCM, a Washington, DC based consulting firm with unmatched experience in Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) applications, setup, technology, and regulatory agency insight. Melissa serves as the Vice Chair of the National Association of Foreign-Trade Zones and has valuable insight on how the FTZ program's value and role in the changing environment of international trade.

As of 11/1/2019, NCBFAA requires webinar orders be paid via credit card. However, if your company is unable to comply with this policy or have any additional questions or concerns please email nei@ncbfaa.org.

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What Can You Expect as USMCA Crosses the Finish Line?

Date:

February 6, 2020

Time:

1 to 2 p.m. ET

CEUs:

1 CCS/CES Credit

Price:

Members $50 / Non-Members $75

 

Overview

Our North American legal team has been covering the marathon of negotiations to update NAFTA. As we approach the finish line with legislative approval of U.S.- Mexico - Canada Agreement (USMCA) by the U.S. Congress, Mexican approval of T-MEC and Canadian approval of CUSMA--what's next?

There will be new regulations to comply with, and there are enforceable labor and environmental provisions. USMCA provides important updates to modernize the quarter century old NAFTA, providing rules for e-commerce and digital trade, state of the art customs processes and stronger protections for intellectual property. It also contains complex rules of origin for autos and an unprecedented labor enforcement provision called a "rapid-response mechanism" to ensure Mexican compliance with the new labor provisions.

Our speakers will address what to expect next and how you can keep up with the regulatory changes and new enforcement. What does this mean for customs brokers and their clients? Attend this webinar to find out!

As of 11/1/2019, NCBFAA requires webinar orders be paid via credit card. However, if your company is unable to comply with this policy or have any additional questions or concerns please email nei@ncbfaa.org.

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Leveraging Technology Across Your Supply Chain To Better Manage Trade Compliance

Date:

February 11, 2020

Time:

1 to 2 p.m. ET

CEUs:

1 CCS/CES Credit

Price:

Free

 

Overview

Join NCBFAA, Oracle and KPMG for a webinar on leveraging Technology across your Supply Chain Network to better manage trade compliance and stream line processes in the age of Geo-Political uncertainty

Over the past decade, supply chain disruptions have become the norm (natural, man made and geo-political (Brexit, Trade Wars, etc.)). Being able to quickly adapt to disruptions is what sets high performing companies apart from laggers. As sourcing changes and disruptions happen, having the appropriate trade compliance and supply chain processes and systems in place is vital to quickly pivoting and optimizing the financial outcome of any given situation.

Daniel Schoerner, from Oracle Corporation, and Irina Vaysfeld and Rada Gaynullina from KPMG LLP invite you to an upcoming Webcast on current trade matters and leveraging supply chain automation tools to partner, drive compliance and gain visibility across your supply chain.

Topics to be covered:

  • An update on the current state of trade (China, Trade Wars, Brexit, customs enforcement)
  • How trade operations impact the top and bottom line of the corporate balance sheet and how distinct disciplinary teams in multi-national companies can work together to enhance enterprise value
  • How importers and exporters can leverage technology to enable logistics partners as a true and trusted asset
  • An overview on how trade and supply chain software solutions are helping companies to mitigate risk and create supply chain efficiencies

This webinar will be of significant interest to anyone seeking a better understanding of how GTM and TMS Technology can positively impact their end to end supply chain relationships and drive value across their respective organizations today. Don't miss this free webinar - register today!

As of 11/1/2019, NCBFAA requires webinar orders be paid via credit card. However, if your company is unable to comply with this policy or have any additional questions or concerns please email nei@ncbfaa.org.

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Exporting Mechanics Webinar Series II:
Drop Shipments and Routed Transactions

Date:

February 18, 2020

Time:

2 to 3 p.m. ET

CEUs:

1 CES Credit

Price:

$25 per person

 

Overview

The NCBFAA Educational Institute in cooperation with the Office of Digital Initiatives at the Department of Commerce, invite you to attend a webinar on Drop Shipments and Routed Transactions. During this webinar exporters will learn how drop shipments and routed transactions are handled as a supply chain management method and how this can be an advantage in exporting. This webinar is for the intermediate U.S. small and medium size business exporter.

NCBFAA and the Office of Digital Initiatives at the Department of Commerce are working closely together to offer this webinar. It will be hosted on mymeetings; please view system requirements here.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact NEI Director Cecilia Ferrara at nei@ncbfaa.org.

As of 11/1/2019, NCBFAA requires webinar orders be paid via credit card. However, if your company is unable to comply with this policy or have any additional questions or concerns please email nei@ncbfaa.org.

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Past Webinars
Date Event Title CEUs
Jan 14 Exporting Mechanics Webinar Series II: Commodity Jurisdiction 1 CES

Questions Please contact NEI at nei@ncbfaa.org

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