Buy Overseas/Import

The Buying Overseas Classes are a lower base price than the Selling Overseas Classes right now.  If you have a coupon code received from a partner organization you can enter it at check out. 

Buying Overseas for Beginners – Product Class

For many of our clients their problems start here - they have not documented and defined their product expectations correctly. The factory will do what you tell them, and if you don't tell them effectively they won't do it. In this class you will learn how to get ahead of problems and get the best product.

Buying Overseas for Beginners – Supplier Class

Having a good supplier is so important to a business! In this class we cover how to find suppliers, to qualify them to make sure they meet your needs, to negotiate and set expectations for the product and delivery. This is a critical topic to your overall business success.

Buying Overseas for Beginners – Cost Class

Your final cost, that we refer to as Landed Cost, is critical to gauging your profitability before buying from overseas. This class teaches you how to find out what the extra costs of importing will be for your product and how to calculate the final landed cost.

Buying Overseas for Beginners – Placing an Order Class

Your order is a legal document that binds both the buyer and the seller. It is also used by outside stakeholders like customs, the freight forwarder, banks, etc. So knowing what information needs to be included - INCO terms, the correct HS code, additional Terms & Conditions - is critical.

Buying Overseas for Beginners – Quality Control Class

You will hear many people talk about buying products overseas only to get them into your warehouse and discover quality problems. In this class we will teach you how to reduce the risk of poor quality parts.

Buying Overseas for Beginners – Shipment Management Class

Moving goods across international borders involves many different stakeholders - customs in both countries, the freight forwarder, tax authorities, etc. It is important to understand both what is legally required and best practices to make sure the goods move through without a problem.