Fieam promotes training on 'International Trade’It is the first time the course is held in Manaus.
The Federation of Industries of the State of Amazonas (Fieam) through the Amazon International Business Centre (CIN-AM) makes no next day 7 July, first Manaus, a course on "International Trade".
The training is geared to entrepreneurs participating in the competitive international integration project Small Business (INSERT) and aims to empower participants with knowledge to assist them in their activities, in relation to the procedures for the start of an export activity.
In the course entrepreneurs will have knowledge about financing, negotiation, greeting, communications, recommended clauses, limitations of liability, insurance, transport, mechanisms for disputes, and content to help them in practical perspective of economic and financial decisions to be able to assess risks and benefits of international contracts, from the analysis of standards, regulations, jurisprudence and customs of different markets.
"Once again we will have a training that seeks to assist local businesses aimed at investing in the international market. Present reality and prospects of how to enter in different markets can contribute to the good performance of Amazonian business and our mission is to foster the export culture in our region ", He emphasized the executive manager of RCN-AM, Marcelo Lima.
On or course
The training takes place on the next day 7 July 8h30 to 17h, 1st floor of the headquarters of Fieam, located at Avenida Joaquim Nabuco, n° 1919, Manaus center.
The instructor will teach the training will be Daniel Levy Andrade, Contracts lawyer, Litigation and Arbitration Iron, Professor of the Graduate Program of the Law School of the Getulio Vargas Foundation, visiting professor at Northwestern University (Chicago) and of the Public Prosecution Service School. Daniel holds a Ph.D. in Private Law and International Arbitration Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris), Master of Civil Law, Faculty of Law of USP and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Arbitration of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr).
Entrepreneurs are entitled to educational material, use of visuals and conduct practical exercises individually and in groups. The syllabus of the course will be divided into ten chapters, which will be held during the eight-hour.
Interested entrepreneurs can obeter email@example.com information by email or by phone (92) 3186-6510/6511. Places are limited.