Managing your Finances when Trading Overseas

12th April 2017

Sheffield Chamber have teamed up with Bibby Financial Services and the British Chambers of Commerce, to bring you a solutions led event exploring the finance options available for businesses trading overseas.

Having drawn from the experience of helping over ten thousand customers take the steps towards growth, this seminar will provide practical support and advice on trading overseas. So whether you're importing, exporting or looking to take advantage of the international market place this event is for you! From working capital funding and protection from late payments - it's time to unlock the potential and take advantage of the post-Brexit opportunities. Many businesses trading overseas are unaware of the export or specialist finance available to them and how to use it, or the options available to avoid putting an unnecessary strain on their business cashflow. This event will explain the financial supply chain and how funding gaps can be reduced by using trade finance to purchase stock when importing, and invoice finance when exporting. With exchange rate volatility a top concern for every business, we'll explain the options available to protect against currency fluctuation, using case studies to put the theory into practice. You should attend if you are: Importing; Exporting; Looking to trade overseas. Attendees will gain an understanding of: The finance options available for importing and exporting goods; The financial supply chain from receiving an order to delivering the goods; How you can protect against current exchange rate volatility and bad debts; The support that's available to help deal with legal nuances, cultural differences and language barriers. The event is FREE to attend and includes a free breakfast. This is a fantastic networking opportunity and places are limited so early booking is advised. Agenda: 08:00 - Registration, Networking and Breakfast 08:30 - Presentation 09:15 - Q&A 09:30 - Networking and Close

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