As U.S. business interaction with foreign entities increases, transferring controlled technology or providing a defense service to a foreign person is becoming an everyday occurrence. Yet many corporations are apprehensive about export laws, and therefore hesitate to move into international business. International business requires acute awareness of the do’s and don’ts of exporting to ensure “economic survival.” Economic survival is more than getting the job done legally. Corporations must understand the exporting process and have a system in place to ensure compliance from every aspect.
Paulette Hamblin (President, Export Compliance Services) will provide an overview and discuss the basics of developing an Export Compliance Plan. Having a formal, written plan helps each member of the company know exactly what their responsibilities are in the export process and ensures a better opportunity for success and expansion of the business.
For more information, contact NAITA at 256-532-3505.