Import Export Made Easy
Import Export Made Easy
Lance Scoular ✴🌐
"Import Export Made Easy” is a podcast hosted by Lance Scoular the Savvy Navigator, for those Navigating the Minefield of International Trade, such as Importers, Exporters and Global Traders of Products or those who serve them, providing “the nuts and bolts” and “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” of trading goods between counties.
Episode 4 - 3 Key Concepts of Import Export
The three key concepts in Import Export are three words: RISK NEGOTIATION SYSTEMS 1 – RISK 6 Major Areas of RISK to avoid in International Trade. 1. Identify Your Risks Use the CASTLE Strategy to minimise your RISK in International Trade The Powerful acronym – CASTLE C-A-S-T-L-E: Credit risk Assignment risk Supply risk Transport risk Legal risk Exchange risk 2. Ascertain Control Measures you can adopt 3. Mitigate your Risk by Putting the Control Measures into action 2 - NEGOTIATION. Negotiation is a Key Foundation for successful Importing & Exporting 1. Research in preparation for your Negotiation 2. Plan your strategies before negotiation 3. Implement your negotiation 3 – SYSTEMS Developing efficient Systems is critical for your Import/Export Business 1. Determine the procedures and processes required for your project 2. List the required documents 3. Establish your own SYSTEMs and a TEAM to implement them.
Oct 3, 2018
8 min
Episode 3 – Solving the Jigsaw Puzzle of Import Export
Importing and exporting is dealing with countries overseas and trading with businesses in those countries. And so in this podcast, in its ongoing nature and the way it’s structured, its a bit like a jigsaw puzzle. A jigsaw puzzle is an excellent analogy or a metaphor for the process of import, export and international trade. Imagine we are sitting at the kitchen table together and on the table is a 100 piece puzzle that has been haphazardly tipped out on the table. What else do we need to be able to construct the puzzle and complete it? The box. And the picture on the box. The big picture, as it were, of what it will look like when the jigsaw is completed. That’s what we’re doing right now on the podcast. And what I am doing for you, in this and following episodes, I’m painting the big picture of import export, international trade and transport. And I am describing the pieces of the puzzle for you - to be able to put the different pieces of the import export puzzle together.
Sep 19, 2018
12 min
Episode 2
Episode 2 Import Export The Good The Bad and the Ugly of Import Export – Reality Check The GOOD I explain why, I my opinion, right now is the best time in history to be involved in international trade, importing exporting and global trading. The BAD and The UGLY I then counter that and describe why more than 80% who dive into Import Export will fail within 5 years. In also share what maybe one of the most significant opportunities, right now, for small business importers and exporters for the marketing, sales and distribution of your products worldwide. And it is summarized in three words. What are those words? You will have to listen to the podcast to find out. But here is a clue: I’ll give you the first letter of each of the three words: F B A If your thinking about Importing Exporting or the Global Trading of commodities goods and products, do yourself a favor and have a listen. Godspeed Lance Scoular The Savvy Navigator Navigating the Minefield of International Trade
Sep 15, 2018
45 min
Episode 1 - Initial Concept
Podcast host Lance Scoular, The Savvy Navigator, shares the Initial Concept of the Import Export Made Easy Podcast. -Sharing information with 50 years experience in the International Trade and Transport sector, 40 years as a Licensed Customs Broker in Australia. - Interviewing Importers and Exporters to share their experiences as well as tips and tricks. - Interviewing experts in roles associated with importing and exporting. - An overview of some of the topics that will be covered in future episodes of the podcast
Aug 14, 2018
17 min
Coming Soon
Coming soon - Import Export Made Easy
Aug 13, 2018
49 sec