Why take this workshop?
Learn what responsibilities manufacturers carry, and find out how to minimize legal action when you do business on the American market.
Your local and international suppliers and sub-contractors can also be a source of risk. This practical workshop will help you become more aware of the principles that notably put you at risk of malicious prosecution. Insurance, corporate reorganization, a tightening of internal controls, the risks associated with suppliers and sub-contractors, and the revision of written guarantees and marketing tools are just some of the elements that should be taken into consideration to better protect yourself.
In addition, by raising your awareness of real concerns, you can establish a process to minimize these risks within your company and in the supply and sub-contracting chain.
What will you learn? Who is it for?
What will you learn?
- The characteristics of the United States and the American market
- Types of damages and liability
- How to reduce your risks and avoid assuming those associated with sub-contractors
- The specifics of insurance, what it covers and when it applies
Who is it for?
This workshop is intended both for companies preparing to export and those that are already doing so, as well as for suppliers of components and parts used in the manufacturing of exported goods.
- Business leaders
- Directors of Finance
- Export Directors
- Production and Engineering Directors