How do I determine if I need an export license or if I qualify for an exemption? What is an ECCN? Who can help if I cannot determine the export classification? These are just some of the questions an exporter has to answer to ensure that they are in compliance with the Export Administration Regulations.
This program will; help you identify what has changed and the steps necessary to be in full compliance. Through a review of the regulations as they currently exist and particle examples the participant will gain an understanding of how to navigate the EAR , properly classifying their exports and obtaining the necessary Licensing and permission to export. You will learn about the new “600” series and other critical changes to the EAR.
Learn what has changed and what has not, see how to determine if items previously controlled under ITAR are other regulations are now controlled under the EAR. Use compliance to your competitive advantage!Who should attend?
Dimitris Horiatis, Senior Innovation & Technology Manager, InvestHK
Candy Nip, Director Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office, New York
Wendy Chow, Head of Information & Communications Technology, InvestHK
Andy Wong, Head of Innovation & Technology, InvestHKThis is a free event. To register for the webinar, click here. ______________________________________________________________________________________________
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Are you looking to grow your export sales? Consider joining GSGP's upcoming trade mission to Tel Aviv, Israel May 15-19, 2022. All participants will receive a pre-screened, customized, b2b meeting schedule with potential distributors, buyers and joint venture partners. Participants will also benefit from market sector briefings, networking events and logistical support. Various State export assistance grants are available that may offset from 50-75% of trade mission costs. Let the GSGP Israel Trade Office save you valuable time and resources, and maximize your results!Why Israel?
Grant funding is available in many States to offset mission costs by 50-75%.Click here for more information.
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