Taking a product to overseas markets might be an attractive proposition for a business client but it carries varied and multiple risks.
There are numerous considerations such as freight, customs and jurisdiction; and country-specific factors to add to the matrix.
This webinar will provide guidance on how your clients can safely and successfully sell their products to the world, and in turn offer you an opportunity to enhance your relationships with them.
- Get a feel for the export landscape, including opportunities and resources available plus current trends.
- Become apprised of key considerations and the models available for distribution.
- Delve into the operational aspects of distribution of which you and your clients need to be aware, including channels, pricing, performance and exit.
- Receive a checklist of legal and operational matters in this area to assist you minimise your clients’ risk and facilitate your own best practice.
Who should attend?
Commercial lawyers of all levels of experience and general practitioners who do some commercial work.
Business development managers and sales managers would also find this webinar valuable.
Grant is a partner with the law firm Buddle Findlay. He specialises in corporate and commercial law and has over 20 years' experience, including 6 years at the London office of a US law firm.
Grant has broad international experience in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and partnerships, regulatory consent processes, corporate governance matters, securities offerings and strategic commercial contracts, including distribution and agency agreements.
His practice spans a wide range of import/export industries including IT, food and beverage, health and agriculture.
He has advised a number of New Zealand and offshore based clients on their international expansion aspirations, including brands such as Allpress, Navman, Online Republic and Mudhouse Wines to name a few.
Customer Director – Auckland
Craig is Director - Customers at New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, whose role it is to help NZ businesses grow into international markets. He also has 20 years’ global Board and Executive experience with Lion Nathan, Cadbury Schweppes, Hunterskil Howard, CPLG, National Foods and HJ Heinz.
He has founded and since exited two start-up businesses, and is a Board Member of the NZ Product Accelerator, where businesses are being assisted to commercialise new design concepts, manufacturing methods and material interfaces across key NZ industry sectors.
He is a member of the MBIE College of Assessors for the Endeavour Fund, New Zealand’s largest science investment fund. He is a graduate of Massey University (NZ), and of Thunderbird School of Global Management executive programme (Arizona, USA).