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					 Live Webinar on: How-to Set Up a In-house Customs/Import Operation.
 Thursday, June 14, 2012 duration : 11:30 to 13:00 AM EDT




                                         Why should you Attend:


                                         By setting up a In-house Customs /Import
Get 15 % Discount as a early bird        Department you will be able to lower your
registrations. Use Promo Key :           custom broker in-house charges and
 CGO15                                   enhance your import operation through
                                         compliance via product awareness. This
                                         will result in greater supply chain savings

                                         Description of the Topic :

                                         How do you set up a import department?

                                         How to get senior management to support you.

                                         What types of personnel you need. A look at the cost factors
                                         to setting up a import department
Pricing
                                         Areas Covered in the Session:

                                         Review Import Risks
Live ( Single registration ) : $189.00
Group ( Max 10 Attendee): $249.00
                                         Import Department - Structure and Scope
On Demand (Recording available):$289
Get Training CD : $499                   Cost Analysis

                                         Management Support

                                         Outside Involvement and a discussion of the role of the
                                         import department in the supply chain.
Who will benefit


Controller                 About Speaker
Legal
                           Barry O’Brien brings extensive experience in
                           customs, compliance, trade, import, supply chain
Product Managers
                           experience, security, import product safety, trade
                           law, global expertise, government programs,
Traffic Managers
                           finance, budgets and trade software programs. He
                           has experience in copyright and trademarks laws,
Quality Control Managers
                           product development and royalties’ disclosures that
Purchasing Manager
                           affect global customs compliance. At Hasbro, Barry
                           organized the Importer’s Self-Assessment Program
                           on trade and import product safety with the US
                           Customs and Border Protection and he was a leader
More Trainings             in a project to develop market opportunities in
                           China. Barry served as the Director of Global Trade
                           & Customs at Hasbro, Inc., where his
                           responsibilities was to maintained the company’s
                           low risk and high compliance rate with US Customs
                           and Border Protection. Barry was the Chairman for
                           the Toy Industry of America International Trade
                           Committee, chairman of the Trade Support Network
                           serving on the Revenue Committee and member of
                           the Trade Support Network ITDS Committee. In
                           October of 2004, Barry was appointed by the United
                           States Customs and Border protection to become a
                           Trade Ambassador. In January of 2007, the United
                           States Department of the Treasury and the
                           Department of Homeland Security appointed Barry
                           to the 10th term of the Departmental Advisory
                           Committee on Commercial Operations of Customs
                           and Border protection (COAC). In January, 2009,
                           the United States Department of the Treasury and
                           the Department of Homeland Security appointed
                           Barry to the 11th term of the Departmental
                           Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of
                           Customs and Border Protection (COAC). In March
                           of 2010 Barry accepted an award form US Customs
                           for his contributions in working to implement,
                           improve and strengthen the Customs-Business
                           Partnerships in achieving trade facilitation and
                           security of society. Barry is a speaker on the C-
                           TPAT and ISA process for trade compliance and
                           import product safety. Barry has addressed
                           professional organizations, including the Coalition of
                           New England Companies for Trade (CONECT),
                           American Conference Institute, Marcus Evans,
                           Council of Logistics Management and the United
                           States Customs Trade Symposium.
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