On 29th June we held a free question and answer webinar covering the following questions: How will the trade be affected if we have a hard Brexit? What is the difference between a freight forwarding business and an import-export business?
The most common idea associated with international trade is to find profitable products to import from China and make your profit selling at home. Load up a container, hand it over to your freight forwarder and sell on Amazon or
With many courses to choose from, both online and classroom based, what’s the best import export course for 2019? Unfortunately, there’s no single answer for this and much will depend on what you’re looking to achieve, how much time you
Copyright law is an important part of international trade that must be considered as part of your overall business, if you’re product includes any sort of design. This could be a graphic design printed on a t shirt, to an
Like any new career path, getting a job at the end of your training takes some time, effort and importantly, your confidence. There’s many logistics jobs out there from a logistics coordinator or logistics manager to a warehouse operative or
Webinar Recording from 28th February 2020 When looking to become an import export agent, it’s sold to many as a quick way to make money without having to do much work. Link up buyers and sellers, negotiate a deal and
Direct export is defined as the process of a supplier selling their products directly to customers or a middle man (such as an import export agent) in a foreign country. There’s advantages to direct export, such as keeping complete control
Knowing how to use a letter of credit is an important part of international trade as it’s a very versatile instrument and when used correctly, a very import method of payment to have in your trade finance arsenal. A letter