CBPE-01: CAPE TOWN: Export Best Practice

ABOUT THE COURSE

This is a high-energy four-hour workshop where, with  the co-operation of the participants, we draw up a model or a structure of an Export Company’s ‘current practice’.

There is no fee for this event however attendance is ONLY open to delegates who are also attending any two or more of the three one-day events in September, in Somerset West - i.e. Incoterms (19th): SA VAT & Excon (20th): L/Cs for Beneficiaries (21st).

In this process, we uncover the ‘challenges’ around Exchange Control, VAT, Customs and contracts etc. Once we have this exposed, we can start to build "Best Practice" models – on the understanding that nothing physically must change i.e. the way you physically operate is not restricted, but rather how you may better administer and price the models correctly – meaning ‘legally’ first and foremost. This draws on the material each delegate will have covered in the previous three days.

The models balance the drives and needs of Sales, Finance Operations and Management. Once the Export Company can get these four budgets to understand ‘why’ the models are the models, then they can more readily be expected to adopt these standards in their specialist area – ensuring compliance and a consistency of purpose i.e. no one department acts unilaterally.

Little is achieved unless all four components are on-board and nothing is achieved if the models must trickle upwards – they must become imposed practices, hence the need to get the key players on board.

 

 

Venue Information

NH The Lord Charles
Main Rd & Broadway Boulevard,
Croydon, Cape Town,
7130

HOW TO provisionally BOOK:

  1. Step One - on the right-hand side of the screen you will see a field for your email address. This is your email address: as the party making the booking we may need to contact you regardless of whether you are attending or not.

  2. Step Two - this takes you to the next screen where you will capture your personal and company details. This is the only time you will need to do this. You are then sent a ‘link’ by email to continue (this is an anti-spam measure).

  3. Step Three - on receipt of the email you follow the link it contains to finalise the provisional booking with your delegates’ details. At any point you may also add to, amend or cancel the provisional booking.

Bookings are only confirmed on payment.


Thereafter, all you will need to do to initiate a provisional booking is to use your email address. So it is; email address, click the email link, click the pro-forma request: One, Two, Three – finished.