Trade. Knowledge.

February 12-14, 2020

Houston, TX

Reflecting on the 2020 Advanced Topics in Customs Compliance (ATCC) Conference, held from February 12th to 14th, 2020, at the Omni Houston Hotel, we celebrate the wealth of knowledge shared and connections made within the customs compliance community.

Key Highlights

Day 1: Wednesday, February 12, 2020

  • The day kicked off with an optional Advanced Customs Value Workshop, led by industry experts George Tuttle III and John Metrich, delving into complex valuation case studies.
  • In the evening, the Welcome Reception & Sponsor Hall Opening provided a vibrant atmosphere for networking and collaboration among attendees and sponsors.

Day 2: Thursday, February 13, 2020

  • Attendees began the day with registration and a welcome breakfast, followed by enlightening sessions across three tracks, covering advanced imports, basics, and advanced exports topics.
  • Engaging presentations on trade policy updates, Incoterms 2020, and managing export control risks kept attendees informed and inspired.
  • The Platinum Networking Event offered a delightful evening of networking, accompanied by live music and exclusive discounts at the Kendra Scott on-site store, adding a touch of Valentine's Day charm.

Day 3: Friday, February 14, 2020

  • The final day commenced with a networking breakfast, fostering connections and discussions among attendees.
  • Sessions covering advanced topics such as country of origin determinations, licensed customs brokers' forum, and understanding export profiles provided valuable insights and strategies.
  • The conference concluded with enriching discussions on implementing the USMCA, trade law forums, and advanced foreign trade zones, leaving attendees equipped with actionable takeaways to enhance their customs compliance practices.

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