Trade Forward Southern Africa
Trade Forward Southern Africa (TFSA) is a UK government funded programme that operates across the countries of the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) and Mozambique to support the business community in the region by giving companies the opportunity to boost trade across and beyond Southern Africa, including to the UK, generating inclusive, women- centred growth.
The upcoming webinar is aimed at export-capable businesses across Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia and South Africa. TFSA will demonstrate the tools and facilities brought together in the TFSA Trade & Information Hub that business can use to identify potential export markets, and the customs duties, rules, regulations and standards they must meet in export markets.
The webinar will cover valuable information, knowledge, resources, tools and facilities on global markets and especially will also identify and demonstrate key information resources for export to the UK since the UK has left the European Union and an economic partnership agreement between the UK and these countries has come into play since 1 January 2021.
Export capable firms will be shown how to find information at a detail level, specific to their particular products and countries targeted for export, going beyond the broad overview of trade agreements and rules in general.
The webinar will also provide information on other TFSA initiatives in selected Value Chains & support to women in export.
Trade Forward Southern Africa Webinar on Export Information held on the 29th April 2021 at 11:00-12:00 will be discussing the following:
- Trade Support
- Demonstrating how to use the Trade and Information Hub
- Giving Access to Tools to help Business Managers:
- Identify Export Markets,
- Customs duties,
- Regulations, and
- Standards to meet for Export.
Book your free ticket online (limited availability) or find more info on the Trade and Information Hub website, which is free to use by business, business support organisations and business media.