Are you ready for new international regulations that may impact your export markets?

Breakfast briefing|3 October 08:00 - 11:00 |Hotel Eldorado, Bogota

During the last five reported years Colombian exports have increased from $10.2B to $42.5B in 2021 making Colombia number 60 exporter in the world, but new international regulations have the potential to significantly impact growth – both positively and negatively.

Join us for a complementary networking breakfast followed by an informative briefing session and learn:

  • How new international regulation will impact Colombian exporters.
  • What is required of Colombian businesses looking to maximise export opportunities.

  • The challenges of compliance and how to avoid common mistakes.

This informative briefing session will provide an important update on new international legislation and its impact on Colombian businesses: 

08:00  Registration, breakfast and pre-event networking

08:45  Introduction to the new Regulatory environment and its impact on Columbian exporters

09:00  What does new North America regulation mean for Colombian businesses

09:30  The impact of new EU regulation on Colombian businesses looking to grow EU exports

10:00  A look at regulatory changes in other export markets

10:30  Challenges to Colombian businesses and how to avoid common mistakes

10:45  Audience Q&A

11:00  Event close


Event Speakers

Nicolas A

Nico Avellaneda

Regional Director, LATAM

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Paola Ovalle

Paola Ovalle 

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For more information about international regulation and how it impacts your business visit our web site for more information.

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For more than 30 years, Achilles has protected organisations’ business interests and reputations by providing unrivalled levels of supply chain transparency, carbon reduction and management. Achilles is the only ESG specialist to offer truly in-depth assessments, including in-person audits, to provide the level of supply chain transparency and confidence truly required by today’s most environmentally conscious and ethical organisations.

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