As part of its support and support actions for exporters for the success of the post-Covid 19 recovery, the Moroccan Association of Exporters, through Asmex Academy, is launching a new series of certifying training courses for the last quarter of 2021, and this, from the week of September 20.
Several topics related specifically to foreign trade will be offered online and in person from October, ASMEX said in a press release, including in particular ” Incoterms® 2020 in practice “,” Customs classification techniques ” or “ The rules for determining the origin “.
Quoted by the press release, Hassan Sentissi El Idrissi, president of ASMEX declared that “ in the current economic situation, the issue of training and supporting companies to move towards an exportable offer with high added value takes on its full significance. Asmex certainly aims to unite the players in the sector and support the growth of the national economy through the development and sustainability of exports, but these efforts must necessarily be combined with training and information. “.
These training sessions, developed in partnership with specialized institutions, business and management schools or recognized experts, aim to develop the skills of members and exporting VSEs and SMEs in general.
Since its launch in early 2021, nearly 200 exporters have already benefited from this program set up by Asmex Academy said the same source, noting that the themes provided since the beginning of the year have focused in particular on digital transformation, financing internationally, international taxation, logistics, currency risk management, marketing in the post-Covid era, international contracts and legal risks …