Pricing Your Product for Export – Incoterms, Landed Cost, and Payment Methods
Pricing your product properly, giving complete and accurate quotations, choosing the terms of the sale, and selecting the payment method are four critical elements in making a profit on your export sales. Of the four, pricing can be the most challenging due to different market forces and pricing structures around the world. What determines a successful export pricing strategy? The key elements include assessing your company’s foreign market objectives, product-related costs, market demand, and competition. Learn how to properly price your product and compile an accurate export quotation.
- Pricing Your Product Internationally, Landed Cost, Methods of Payment (David Wilke, Wilke & Associates, CPAs)
- INCOTERMS/ ACE/ Harmonized #s/ Tariffs (Chas Watson, RL Swearer Freight Forwarders)
After webinar, Export Q&A/Lunch & Learn: Thursday, October 28, 2021. Noon – 1:00pm
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Please contact Brent Rondon, Sr. International Trade Consultant, at email@example.com.
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