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China Sourcing Fair – How to Solve U.S. Customs Issues When Importing From China

posted by Jennifer Diaz July 9, 2012 0 comments

Jennifer DiazThe rewards of sourcing from China are well known, but succeeding at it is far from simple. With a sluggish global economy resulting in unpredictable market changes, cost-effective sourcing is important.

To help you build or sharpen your China sourcing strategies, I am thrilled to be part of a new series of "How to Source from China" conferences at the China Sourcing Fair (July 10-12, Miami)!

The conferences are led by industry experts, and reveal real-life sourcing risks in China.  We will share actionable knowledge at every step as the project moves from concept to delivery, and the conference will offer in-depth insights and practical tips on do’s and don’ts of China sourcing. Whether you’re a beginner or veteran buying professional, the FREE conference program is your chance to learn how to source efficiently and effectively from the "world’s factory".

Register now to enhance your importing skills and knowledge today! Conference seats are limited and are on a first-come, first-served basis.

I will be speaking on "How to Solve U.S. Customs Issues When Importing From China".

Intellectual property rights (IPRs) are a priority trade initiative for U.S. Customs. Most confiscated China imports violated US Customs’ IPR laws, which should serve as a reminder when buying from China.

In my seminar, we will look at ways of preventing and dealing with these issues. In particular, we will cover: 

  • Trademark / copyright violations (What U.S. Customs looks for)
  • Top compliance tips in advance of importation (What you need to know before your goods go!)
  • Statistics of seizure cases (concentrating on China statistics)
  • How cases progress with U.S. Customs

Join this session and you’ll leave with a better understanding!

Register now to confirm your seat!

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