More About U.S. Export Controls & Building Effective Compliance Programs

requirements to avoid potential violations. Export control compliance is too important to be an afterthought. The best way to stay compliant is to develop an export compliance program that can provide a structure in place to protect your company and employees. Come join this one-hour webinar to learn first-hand from a subject matter expert about export control policies, regulations and procedures to help your company minimize the risk of noncompliance. Topics include risk identification and mitigation, commodity jurisdiction and classification, restricted party screening and end-user controls, licensing processes, identifying red flags, documenting compliance, handling violations and investigations, and best practices.

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October 20, 2022
10:00am - 11:00am

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Virtual Live
Live Zoom
Grayslake, IL 60030

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Illinois SBDC International Trade Center

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More About Illinois Small Business Development and International Trade Center

The mission of the Illinois Small Business Development and International Trade Center is to assist in job creation, support entrepreneurship, business start-up, domestic and global expansion, productivity, and strengthen Lake County’s small business community. The SBDC/ITC at the College of Lake County accomplishes this through no-cost, confidential one-on-one advising, low-cost workshops, networking opportunities and business development expertise.

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Illinois Small Business Development and International Trade Center
College of Lake County
Grayslake, Illinois 60030

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