Technical Export Training

The importance of understanding and correctly completing export documentation is crucial for any business trading internationally.  Any delay in getting the goods to your customer seriously effects your reputation and the increased costs have an influence on your profit margins.

 

This one-day course provides an in-depth look at export processes and requirements, giving delegates a more detailed view of the exporting processes.

 

The day will deliver an end-to-end guide to exporting, from the initial enquiry, through contractual and legislative requirements, concluding with securing payment.

 

The course is aimed at managers and staff in the accounts, export sales and logistic departments.

 

Numbers are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

The event is part of a programme of workshops and training being delivered by Fife Council Economic Development, Fife Chamber of Commerce, Business Gateway Fife and Scottish Development International to support businesses to access new markets.

 

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Workplace Innovation – Engaging your workforce

Find out how to improve productivity and efficiency in your business through Workplace Innovation – change driven by people to develop new, improved ways of working.

 

This is the third and final event in a series of Workplace Innovation Workshops run by Scottish Enterprise and Business Gateway.

 

In this interactive workshop on the theme of engaging your workforce through People, find out the ways you can:

  • Recruit a diverse workforce and enjoy the benefits they bring through their backgrounds, skills and experiences.
  • Develop communication that is effective and helps build trust and increase productivity.
  • Involve and engage your workforce so that their contribution becomes an active part of the success of your business.
  • Develop your workforce to ensure they have the skills you require for the future and you retain the talent you need to grow your business.

 

Exercises we use to explore this includes a brief introduction to what your preferred working style is; and innovative ways to develop your employees, introducing the 70/20/10 concept.

 

The workshops are practical in nature and at the end you will leave with at least 1 action/idea to implement in your business.

 

These workshops are suitable for business leaders within growing businesses in Scotland who are presently dealing with issues relating to leadership, staff engagement and culture.

 

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Brexit Event

Join this workshop organised by Scottish Enterprise in partnership with the Fife Economy Partnership and Tay Cities International Partnership.

 

Get expert tips on how Brexit will impact various business sectors and how to deal with the impacts of Brexit on your business.

 

The event will cover the effect of Brexit on both EU trade and wider international trade, and will give you tools to help you carry on trading in the EU Zone.

 

You’ll also have the opportunity to ask more specific questions related to the consequences of Brexit on your business.