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November 22, 2021 11:07 am
Until the end of December, students will have webinars and conferences with experts in foreign economic activity, as well as a meeting with the trade representative of Russia in Poland.
Metropolitan entrepreneurs oriented to foreign markets are invited to undergo training at the Moscow Exporter School. From 23 November to the end of December, webinars and conferences dedicated to the legal, tax and logistics aspects of export activities, as well as a meeting with the Russian trade representative in Poland, await participants. The training is free, takes place in online and offline formats. For each lesson, you must register in advance.
“At webinars and conferences organized by the Moscow School of Exporter, teachers and international experts will not only share theoretical knowledge, but also analyze in detail the specifics of conducting foreign economic activity using examples of successful practical cases,” he said.
November 23 at 11:00 will take place conference “Legal aspects of export activities. Protection of a trademark abroad “… Participants will analyze the nuances of the preparatory stage for launching products to foreign markets, the key points of drawing up a contract, and the specifics of national registration of a trademark. As an example, they will discuss the practice of China, the United States and the UAE and consider other issues. The conference will be held at the address: Pokrovka street, house 47. Participants are expected in the lecture hall number 1 (second floor). Guests must maintain social distancing and wear masks.
And the next day at 11:00 on online conference “Export to DACH countries. Opportunities for Moscow exporters “will tell you how to enter the markets of Germany, Switzerland and Austria (DACH countries) and increase the sales of their products there.
November 25 at 15:00 will take place webinar “Foreign exchange market and hedging of foreign exchange risks”… Participants will learn about effective financial instruments and tax aspects of foreign economic activity. In addition, lecturers will explain what a currency swap is, why volatility kills, and how you can reduce currency risks.
One more webinarwill take place on November 30 at 11:00. It will focus on container transportation to Asian countries in the context of restrictions associated with COVID-19. Using examples of practical cases, they will analyze, in particular, the features of customs clearance of export goods and the nuances of the delivery of refrigerated containers from Russia to China.
December 7 at 11:00 it will be possible to take part in the work “Expert living room”… In the format of an online discussion, participants and experts will discuss the specifics of doing business on one of the largest Chinese Internet platforms.
An online meeting with the Russian sales representative in Poland is also scheduled for December. The expert will talk about the priority areas of business in this country and answer the audience’s questions. To participate, you will need not only to register, but also to pass the selection. The date of the online meeting and information on the conditions of participation will be published in the near future on the portal Moscow Export Center… There you can also follow the announcements of other school events.
The Moscow Exporter School is an educational project of the Moscow Export Center (MEC). It was created in 2018 for entrepreneurs who want to scale their business, go international and increase export sales. The school regularly organizes free webinars, conferences, consultations with experts in the field of foreign economic activity (FEA). Events are held online and offline. During the three years of the school’s work, almost 20 thousand exporters have studied there. More than 500 events were held.
In addition, video tutorials on the following topics are available on the official portal of the GEC for novice exporters: “For export from scratch”, “English for foreign economic activity” and “Country block”. To view the lessons, you must log in to the portal or register…
The Moscow Export Center (MEC) was established with the support of the Moscow Government. He works with metropolitan entrepreneurs, provides financial and non-financial support and helps with the promotion of their products to foreign markets. The key tasks of the center are to increase the number of Moscow exporters and implement projects to develop their foreign economic activity. The work of the center is supervised by the Moscow Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development.
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