Snakes and Ladders - Managing Risk in International Trade

19th August 2012

How to avoid, manage and insure against every area of international risk 'Snakes and Ladders' is the ultimate International Trade event for the South Yorkshire region and is an absolute must for all involved in exporting, trade, and travel.

Come and hear 5 minute presentations from expert speakers on how to best manage the key areas of international risk, including: * Protecting Intellectual Property * Identifying tricky situations * Managing your health and well being * Securing Payments * Avoiding Fraud * Managing Press And....... what to do when things do go wrong! * International debt collection * Legal help * Advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Followed by a morning of networking, specialist workshops, visiting stands and enjoying brunch! Friday 18th November 8.15am-13.00pm Advanced Manufacturing Park, Rotherham, S60 5TZ This event is FREE to attend and includes brunch.

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