Upcoming Live Webinars
Our live webinars combine PowerPoint slides and streaming live video to keep the topics both interesting and informative. All webinars include a 60 minute presentation followed by a 30 minute comprehensive Q&A session. All attendees receive a copy of the presentation, certificate of completion, and access to the recorded version of the webinar via email.
If there is anything to be learned about the current coronavirus pandemic, it is how quickly the world as we know it can change, both in our daily lives and the way business is conducted. Under such a scenario, organizations need to be better prepared to meet these challenges by adopting strategies that allow them to be more agile and to leverage advanced technologies to keep their operations moving forward. Targeted at those who have responsibility for export compliance at their organizations, this webinar provides a strategic overview of options that address market disruptions in an era of rapid and expansive change.
June 24, 2020
1:00-2:30 PM EDT
Instructor: Shelly Garg
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the import, distribution, and sale of foods, dietary supplements, cosmetics, medical devices, radiation-emitting products, drugs, and animal and veterinary products. Practically everything we use day to day. The FDA is a unique organization – serving at the cusp of innovation, providing industry with guidelines on how to operate compliantly, and enforcing rules and taking action when needed. Understanding the categories and subcategories of items that are regulated, how they are regulated, and how to mitigate enforcement action is critical to ensuring the free flow of goods, increasing your bottom line, and ensuring consumer confidence.
June 30, 2020
1:00-2:30 PM EDT
Instructor: Richard Tauwhare
All companies with operations in the UK and/or the European Union particularly – not just those dealing in defense or dual-use items – need to be aware of the export controls and sanctions regulations that may apply. Those regulations, while similar to their US equivalents, also have significant differences. Businesses that understand the requirements and have effective processes to manage them will be best positioned to navigate the rules efficiently and avoid the penalties of non-compliance.