Learn to better manage the financials of your business by watching our interactive videos on these accounting and finance topics.
Introduction to Costs
Get to know different types of costs and how to calculate your businesses’ break-even point.
Watch this video to know more about ways to increase profits by controlling your costs.
Find out how to plan for the future of your business by monitoring your profits and losses.
Explore how to create a balance sheet and why it is important to your business.
Analyze the profitability of your company to discern which activities or assets are making money for you.
Learn how market research can affect your company’s bottom line and improve your marketing.
Introduction to International Trade
International trade is a challenging yet promising opportunity for your business, watch this interactive video to learn what bank product can facilitate your international expansion.
Letters of Credit
If your new to international trade this video will explain what is a letter of credit and how you can make your best out of it.
If you want to expand your business and sell internationally this video elaborates what is a collection and how it can help you to expedite the payment. .
To expand your business and get new clients and deals you need to prove your trustworthiness, a bank guarantee is a great instrument to help you here.
Buyers and sellers worldwide use special coding system to arrange splitting cost of shipment, responsibilities, and point of delivery - Incoterms.
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