In celebration of Black History month, the US Export-Import (EXIM) Bank is partnering with the US Black Chambers and the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) to provide US Black Owned Businesses information about the resources available to help them expand their market outside of the states. Exporting is a great opportunity for enterprises to grow their portfolio. EXIM and other partners like the MBDA are strategically placed to give businesses the tools and protection they need as they compete for new contracts in foreign markets.
95% of the world's consumers and nearly two-thirds of global purchasing power are located outside of the United States. We live in a trade-driven economy, and exporting your products/services is a great way to grow your business.
This webinar, celebrating Manufacturing Day, will provide an overview of federal resources available to assist U.S. manufacturers as they begin or expand exporting their products. It will feature a panel discussion with three small businesses who have effectively tapped federal government export assistance to achieve global market success.
EXIM is a demand-driven institution that empowers U.S. exporters to increase their sales abroad and support quality jobs at home. When American businesses are unable to access private export financing, EXIM fills the gaps by equipping them with the tools necessary to compete for global sales. In doing so, EXIM levels the playing field for U.S. exporters facing stiff foreign competition in overseas markets. EXIM helps American businesses of all sizes; no transaction is too small for EXIM.
Global markets continue to open as the world looks forward to a post-covid economy. Indiana exports over $40 billion of goods and services each year, much of it from small businesses. Your clients are selling around the world, is your bank ready to work with them?
Selling overseas brings risk of non payment. The US EXIM Bank's credit insurance reduces this risk. In this 30 minute mini webinar we will focus on what this product is, how much it costs, and how to obtain it. Program will be short and to the point.
Please join the the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) for a brief session for veteran owned businesses about growing your international sales by entering new markets with confidence and increasing sales in existing ones.
This webinar will feature a discussion facilitated by the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) focused on supply chain solutions for small and medium-sized manufacturers. Seasoned manufacturers will discuss how to improve operations, reduce costs, and mitigate risk through effective supply chain management.
Come with your questions on financing your export ambitions and join the U.S. Commercial Service, Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM), and U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in a virtual chat. This discussion will cover the key federal resources available to companies seeking to expand their business in international markets.
Note: This is Pacific Time Zone.
Celebrate World Trade Month with this Virtual Roundtable for the 52nd Congressional District of California with Representative Scott Peters and local export experts to share knowledge about how trade helps the economy.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) and Export Finance Assistance Center of Washington (EFACW) are hosting a two-part webinar series for Washington State food and agriculture companies.
One of the primary reasons that companies lose business to their competitors is not because the competitor has a superior product. Instead, it is because the competitor is often offering more flexible payment terms. Customizing product, service, and payment options can help your business grow exports while minimizing risk.
With over 95% of the world's consumers located outside of the U.S., Florida companies are expanding overseas, driving their growth and profits! Are you missing a big opportunity?
Global supply chains have been destabilized as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses in multiple industry sectors have been scrambling to identify additional suppliers while trying to set up more resilient supply chains.
Please join the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Georgia Department of Economic Development, Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA), UGA Small Business Development Center International Trade Center, U.S. Small Business Administration, and the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. for a webinar about resources for Georgia agricultural product and equipment exporters.
Please join the Georgia Pecan Growers Association, UGA Small Business Development Center International Trade Center, U.S. Small Business Administration, and the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. for a webinar about resources for the Georgia agricultural and snack food industries.
With the turn of a new calendar year, companies turn their focus to plans for maximizing revenues. Will 2022 be your year to forge a new path to greater sales?
Export resources and financial solutions to boost global opportunities for your small business.
Do you want to compete in the global market? Learn about the export readiness assistance programs and services available to Ohio businesses. You'll get international trade tools to compete globally and an introduction to exporting, how to do it, and where to start.
Entrepreneur Magazine and EXIM will host a panel discussion around growing your business with international trade. Learn how your company can get support to take the next step and expand into new foreign markets. Join us today via the Clubhouse: Social Audience app, available via the Apple Store or Google Play.
Join EXIM at GTR's US 2021 Virtual - the region's leading event for trade discussion and networking - taking place virtually on June 16-17!