Importing and Exporting

5 steps to giving your import export venture the perfect name

 

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An importers and exporters guide to Incoterms 2020

Resourceful South Africans are (and should be) focused on carving out avenues of income in an economy void of employment surety by looking for opportunities in global trade.

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Are you ready to export?

Distribtionlogistics.jpgWith all the rules, regulations and restricting governing the export of products out of South Africa, it’s impo

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Export Marketing and Investment Assistance (EMIA)

The EMIA scheme develops export markets for South African products and services and to recruit new foreign direct investment into the country. The purpose of assistance under the EMIA scheme is to partially compensate exporters for costs incurred in respect of activities aimed at developing export markets for South African products & services and to recruit new foreign direct investment into South Africa.

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Imports and exports as an opportunity for survival

What was initially a 21-day lockdown, which businesses could plan around, has become an open-ended obstacle for many non-essential products and services; leaving SMMEs nervous about what the long-term impact on their companies will be.

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Registering as an Exporter

Logistics_transport.jpgWhen considering business expansion, you may decide that your business is ready to penetrate i

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What international traders need to know about marine insurance.

Although the pretence of a profitable business is simple – buy low, sell high - when it comes to moving goods internationally the math gets tricky.

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Your 5-step plan for breaking into exports

Marketing exclusively to local consumers is a great way of testing your business plan and building a brand with relatively small risk, but it also limits your company’s growth.

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