Bangalore, India (PressExposure) August 08, 2014 -- Invensis Technologies, a leading IT-BPO service provider, today announced its sponsorship of the 2014 CSCB National Annual Conference. The conference will be held from September 14-16 at Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Organized by the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers, the CSCB National Annual Conference is considered the most important gathering in the customs broker industry, and brings together companies, specialists and associate members who are actively involved in this sector.
The 2014 National Annual Conference is based on the theme 'Customs Compliance and Client Service: Competing and Complementary Concerns'. Important discussion topics that will be covered in the course of the three-day conference are:
- CBSA and the Customs Broker: Fostering Compliance in a Transformative Environment
- Defining Customs Compliance: Differing Perspectives
- Go with the "data" flow: From Admissibility to Release
- Challenging CBSA Decisions: Experiences and Observations
Breakout sessions will offer insights on:
- The Changing World of Customs Broker Risk and Liability
- Managing the IT provider relationship
- Redefining the ARL Project
With over 14 years of expertise in delivering end-to-end customs brokerage outsourcing services to customs broker companies, Invensis Technologies has carved a niche for itself in the Canadian customs market and is committed to enabling its growth. The sponsorship association with the 2014 CSCB National Annual Conference for the fourth year in a row reflects Invensis' belief in the ability of the conference to further the interests of the Canadian customs broker industry.
For more information about Invensis Technologies' customs brokerage services, please visit http://www.invensis.net.
The Canadian Society of Customs Brokers (CSCB) is among the most authoritative and regarded organizations in Canada's international trade community. Representing the interests of Canada's customs brokers, the Society actively seeks and achieves improvements in government policies and procedure, provides advice and guidance to Canadian and international regulators on new policies, and builds strong partnerships in the industry to create effective business solutions. The Society now has a membership of over 160 customs brokers, 4,100 CCS (Certified Customs Specialist) designates, 200 CTCS (Certified Trade Compliance Specialist) designates, and 600 students on an annual basis.