July 29, 2015 08:00 ET

Four Online Seminars Provide Critical Updates on Doing Business With Canada

TROY, MI--(Marketwired - July 29, 2015) -, the leading global business online education platform, today announced the availability of four complimentary On-Demand Seminars and Audio Interviews featuring critical updates on Doing Business in Canada. The seminars present information on opportunities and key trends for companies planning to export to and import from Canada, as well as financial and commercial risks in foreign trade transactions, U.S. Government export programs, and steps companies can take to defer or eliminate U.S. import duties.

Exporting to Canada - Opportunities and Key Trends: Catherine Walsh, Legal Counsel at Woods, LaFortune, in Ottawa, Ontario, presents opportunities and key trends for companies planning to export to the Canadian market in this 23-minute On-Demand Seminar. Specific topics included in the seminar are Building an Export Plan and Marketing Strategy, Regulatory Considerations and Protecting your IP.

Understanding Canada - U.S. Market Opportunities: U.S. Companies interested in doing business in Canada can learn essential information by watching attorney Dan Ujczo's 1-hour On-Demand Seminar. Topics specifically addressed include Intellectual Property, Sales and Distributor Agreements, Export Contracts, Taxes, Shipping and Customs, Product Standards, Regulations, Getting Paid, Bricks and Mortar, Labor and Employment Issues, and Labor Mobility.

Managing Financial and Commercial Risks in Foreign Trade Transactions: Craig Larsen, Vice President, Trade Finance at Huntington National Bank, presents an overview of financial and commercial risks in foreign trade transactions in this 11-minute On-Demand Seminar. He discusses management of company cash cycles, country risk, payment issues, bank programs, credit insurance and U.S. government export programs.

Foreign Trade Zones - Function and Purpose: In this 12-minute Audio Interview, Steven Olinek, Executive Director, Greater Detroit Foreign-Trade Zone (GDFTZ), describes how companies can defer or eliminate U.S. import duties by working with Foreign Trade Zones. and helps corporate professionals and business school students learn practical, up-to-date international business skills. offerings include On-Demand Seminars from practicing experts around the world, Audio Interviews, online courses, reports, studies and international business eJournals. is the leading global business intelligence source for the automotive industry, connecting the worldwide auto supplier industry with the resources to effectively do business globally. Through the web site, auto supplier executives can find insight, solutions and strategies focused on doing business in the world's top automotive markets.

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Contact Information

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    Kathleen Dooley Hadley
    Manager, Global Business Content
    HCI Group, Ltd.
    101 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 1400
    Troy, Michigan 48084 U.S.A.

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