open to export webinar programme 2018

The 2018 Webinar Programme

We’re delighted to announce another monthly webinar programme covering all of the most important topics in international trade, from Brexit to IP to markets around the world.

You can already register to our Brexit webinar in January and please do come back throughout the year to register to more.

If you are interested in taking part in one of our webinars as a speaker or sponsor, please get in touch at

Catch up with all of our previous webinars at You can also look back at any webinar from the 2017 programme.

Open to Export webinars are powered by the Institute of Export & International Trade – the UK’s only professional body representing international trade.

Webinar programme for 2018

The programme is not fixed and is subject to change. Dates will be announced in due course and registration opened to each session a month before it is due to take place.


Buccaneer’s Guide to Export Success – 14 December – register now


January: What you need to know about Brexit in 2018

February: What exporters need to know about VAT overseas

March: Exporting essentials: Customs declarations and duties

March: AEO – what you need to know  

April: Overcoming the financial risks in trading overseas

April: What exporters need to know about Intellectual Property

May: Managing corruption risk in high risk markets

May: Researching Routes to New Overseas Markets 

May: Beyond the EU: Japan

June: Beyond the EU: China

July: How to create a winning international strategy

July: Beyond the EU: Australia

August: Working with Agents and Distributors 

August: Why you need to learn the skills of trade

September: How to overcome common funding barriers for exporters

October: Food and Drink focus: Pragmatic Approach to Market Research 

November: A simple guide to raising export finance using the value of your invoice

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