December 1, 2023

Webinar

'Modern EU customs representation and responsibility: VAT & Duties implications on importation & exportation'

As a member of winglobally, we are organizing a webinar about the issues and responsibilities of non-EU companies when importing and exporting goods to the EU and the benefits of regulations in the Netherlands that support business revenues and minimize cash-flow disadvantage.

If your business is engaged in the import or export of goods to the EU through the Netherlands or if you are interested to learn more about the challenges and attractive solutions involved, please join our webinar on Tuesday, 12 December, at 15:30 CET. 

Agenda:

  • The challenges for non-EU companies and Importer/Exporter of Record (VAT & Duties). 
  • Fiscal representation and Article 23 license in the Netherlands as one of the solutions for businesses to enter the EU market, increase their revenues, and minimize cash-flow disadvantage.
  • The Dutch experience: analyzing a practical case. 
  • An interactive Q&A session.

 

If you have any questions about the webinar, please email us via webinar@briddge.com.

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