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On the 16th of September 2019, the Lithuanian Customs Practitioners Association started its activities that were defined in the initial meeting by seven companies, which represent various business sectors: customs and excise warehouses, rail and road transport, technical maintenance services, lawyers, customs brokers. The activities: Legislation There are situations, when changes to customs legislation are unexpected for businesses, both in terms of the content changes and in terms of new releases or elimination. The Customs Practitioners Association aims to minimize such situations, maximize business awareness of customs law and make the application of legislation as clear as possible. The Association participates in the work of the Customs Consultative Committee. The Committee examines customs legislation, its practical application, projects of legal acts and questions relevant to businesses. Conferences Legislation is constantly changing at both European Union and national level, and the courts are providing new interpretations of the appliacation in practice. The Customs Practitioners Association holds conferences twice a year (early December and June) to inform participants about current developments, to discuss business issues and to provide the opportunity to make new and maintain current contacts among customs practitioners. Customs broker course The profession of customs broker is not only interesting but also in demand, due to the growing volume of customs procedures (due to Brexit, changes in VAT and other reasons). The Lithuanian Customs Practitioners Association, in cooperation with Vytautas Magnus University and the University of Applied Social Sciences, invites to acquire the qualification of a customs representative by studying at a distance (in Lithuanian). More information    
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The Lithuanian Consumers Alliance (LCA) unites several consumer organisations active in Lithuania. LCA participates in both national and European debate levels on various consumer related issues.LCA is a recognised opinion-maker on consumer related issues for the mass media in Lithuania and has considerable standing among national policy makers.
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The Ethnic Kitchen is a Lithuania-based non-profit that develops and implements innovations in the sectors of education and creative industries across Europe and beyond.The Ethnic Kitchen has been founded and is led by the award-winning world class educator Aiste Ptakauske. Aiste's documentary about immigrant women in post-Soviet independent Lithuania is included into curricula of several European universities. Aiste was the Lithuanian coordinator for the Virtual Business Professional, a project that involved over 650 students from 14 universities in 9 countries who worked together in teams for seven weeks and developed high-quality business reports on online corporate reputation management for Starbucks, Amazon, and Google. Aiste's students ended up in 5 of the 9 winnings teams. In 2018, Aiste received Vilnius University Rector's Prize for Internationalisation of Studies by means of Designing and Successfully Launching the MBA Entrepreneurship Program, which is the only program of this kind in the Baltic region. With Aiste Ptakauske at the helm, The Ethnic Kitchen specialises in cooperative learning and design thinking that it uses to help educators redesign their modules and study programs for a better students' performance and satisfaction.
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Transparency International Lithuania was established on 6 June 2000 by the Open Society Fund Lithuania. TI Lithuania is a fully-accredited member of the global Transparency International network.TI Lithuania is a non-governmental non-for-profit organisation ("Viešoji įstaiga" according to Lithuanian law) that promotes transparency, accountability and anti-corruption initiatives in Lithuania and abroad.OUR GOAL:To develop and promote civic accoutability and anti-corruption initiatives in Lithuania.OUR OBJECTIVES:To ensure greater accountability and transparency in public life and to enable others to do that same;To contribute to the eradication of corruption in the Lithuanian society;To conduct research on the phenomenon of corruption;To create learning and engagement accountability and anti-corruption tools.
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Promotion of various business branches. Representation of the interests of member companies. Business development services. Issuing certificates of the origin of goods, ATA Carnet, GS1 codes, Vocational training. Legalisation of foreign trade documents.
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