The Export-Import Bank of the United States is pleased to join the U.S. Commercial Service’s “Building Bridges to Global Markets” in-person event in Los Angeles, California, to share exporting expertise for businesses seeking to expand internationally.
The Export-Import Bank of the United States is pleased to join the U.S. Commercial Service’s “Building Bridges to Global Markets” in-person event in San Diego, California, to share exporting expertise for businesses seeking to expand internationally.
According to the 2021 Annual Business Survey (ABS), there were 1.24 million businesses that were women-owned who employed 10.9 million employees and generated $1.9 trillion in receipts. While women-owned businesses have grown, there are specific issues women entrepreneurs face.
Exporting can be a challenging journey for new exporters, expanding exporters, and experienced exporters. The process requires patience, diligence, and a keen understanding of global market trends. While there are some common steps involved in exporting, there are also different steps for exporters at different stages of the journey.
Did you know that 97% of all identified U.S. exporting firms of goods are small businesses, and 59% of all identified exporters have reported exporting to only one country? If you are a business looking to expand to new markets around the world in 2023 but are not sure where to begin, this series is for you.
Both business travel and in-person participation in trade shows and other events are trending up in 2023. For U.S. businesses pursuing exports to boost their bottom line, now is an excellent time to re-evaluate what types of local and international engagement can best help you.
The Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) Minority and Women Owned Business (MWOB) Outreach Group, in partnership with the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, invites you to attend: “Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: A Focus on Global Business” webinar on May 25, 2023, at 2pm EDT.
Join our partners with the SBA Seattle District Office for a conversation with the Seattle team of the U.S. Commercial Service (CS).
Join us with nationally recognized speaker and author Jim Foley to learn how to take your business international, leverage export opportunities, and adapt your strategies internationally.
The Greater New York Chamber of Commerce is hosting a forum and reception for World Trade Week. The forum on international trade will feature a trade finance specialist from the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM), along with representatives from the U.S. Commercial Service, Port Authority, and Global NY.