Pricing for Import Success. Sydney, July
Non-ECA Members: $495.00Individual/Student Members: $445.50Business Members: $396.00
One of the challenges any company faces when looking to import is negotiating the right price to ensure sufficient margin when on-selling. There are many
costs to take into account, including securing a reliable source of supply, quality control, market visits, finance and foreign exchange.
Getting your international pricing strategy right for importing is crucial to the success of your business; it is difficult to go back and renegotiate your price once you’ve agreed on terms with your supplier.
- Incoterms® 2010
- International costing
- Risk management
- Managing your foreign exchange risk
- International sales contracts
- Negotiating with your supplier
- Booklet with exercises and template
- Template export costing worksheet
- Certificate of completion
Book this workshop until 30 June and receive a 15% discount.
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Dee-Ann Prather, Down Under Enterprises International
NSW Women in Global Business Award winner
Member of the ECA
“90% of our business is export based and we are expanding rapidly throughout Asia. As we move into new countries and regions it is important to understand the country, culture and business norms and ECA has helped us do this through their programs. ECA has also helped us improve our shipping and documentation efficiency, especially with the new GHS requirements. Overall, ECA is a wealth of information and knowledge and have always been very helpful when we have specific issues or questions.”Become a Member
Nuix is the 2015 Premier's NSW Exporter of the Year. As a technology company that protects, informs and empowers society. Nuix has more than 1,500 customers in over 60 countries, including all major global regulatory agencies, leading security and law enforcement agencies, all tier one advisory and litigation support vendors, and many of the world's leading financial institutions, corporations and government departments.