Join the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) at World Trade Center Savannah for Global Trade Finance: Tools & Resources, an interactive in-person program highlighting tools and resources your company can use to finance global sales, access working capital, identify payment methods, safeguard your supply chain, and build resilient financial models.
As a manufacturer, are you reaching your full potential? Do you have the labor, equipment, and resources to take on new opportunities? Are you ready to expand your market?
As the calendar turns to March, we celebrate the achievements of all Women entrepreneurs. Join the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) as we celebrate Women's History Month with our event, Women Breaking Barriers in Trade.
Almost 90 percent of EXIM Bank transactions directly serve American small businesses.
In 2019, Wyoming companies exported more than $1.37 billion in goods to the world. Of the companies that export, 97% are small businesses!
Are You Ready to Export?
Join our partners with the SBA Seattle District Office for a conversation with Nicole Gunkle, Consumer Goods and Professional Services International Trade Specialist for the WA State Department of Commerce Export Assistance Team.
When companies export products or services, long payment terms can often create working capital challenges. The upfront cost of producing, shipping, and delivering the goods can be tricky for businesses to manage. Export finance helps businesses release working capital from cross-border or domestic trade transactions that would otherwise be tied up in invoices or purchase orders (for up to 180 days). Export finance is a form of specialist trade finance that can help a business grow and sell to a larger market.
Export University is a series of courses on exporting designed by the District Export Council, a volunteer non-profit organization associated with the U.S. Commercial Service.
Join us for the next edition of EXIM MWOB | Export Readiness Express - Tips & Strategies. The topic of this session will be - An Underwriter's View, learn what goes in to evaluating a potential EXIM Export Credit Insurance policy, what you need to remember, and much more!
There are limited amount of tickets available. Please be mindful if you are signing up to attend.
Please join the Division of Minority and Women Owned Business at the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM), for a conversation on export opportunities to Mexico. 95% of the world's buying power is located outside of the United States. Learn how to take advantage and expand your reach into these and other international markets.