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Released: 13th February 2013
Open to Export, the new digital export advice service from UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and hibu plc *, has today announced an expert webinar session to help UK businesses with all they need to know about export paperwork and documentation.
The documentation webinar is designed to make the documentation process around exporting easier and talk exporters through common pitfalls. Taking place on the 21st February, between 2pm and 3pm, the webinar is also a chance for exporters to ask a panel of experts questions related to documentation.
Three industry specialists make up the documentation panel and will be able to answer questions for exporters having difficulties or issues with various documenting processes in different sectors such as transporting, finance, licensing and food and health.
Mike Josypenko from the Institute of Export will give a brief overview of export documentation, David Salter of RBS will be discussing financial paperwork and the third guest speaker will be focusing on logistics.
There are limited spaces so attendees should register in advance to reserve a place and avoid disappointment. A confirmation email will be supplied once successful registration is complete containing all the information needed to join the Webinar.
Please note there are system requirements depending on the platform the attendee will be participating with.
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer
Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet
The webinar is part of the latest 'Feature Fortnight' focused around documentation and will be available to watch after the live event on the website. Alongside the video content there will be further advice from expert organisations, case studies and details of relevant events that can help UK businesses further on the documentation page.
To register from 6th February and find out more information view, please visithttp://opentoexport.com/theme/documentation.
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