Grow Your Business: Following the Northern Lights

February 09, 2017

For many small U.S. business exporters, Canada is often the first port of call and a good place to begin exporting if not already doing so. Canada was the United States' largest goods export market in 2015.  Each day, almost $1.8 billion in U.S. goods and services are exported to Canada. Canada is currently the U.S.’ second largest goods trading partner with $575 billion in total bilateral goods trade last year.

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Cut the Concrete! Small Business Exporter Thrives in Texas!

February 07, 2017

In January of this year, the World of Concrete welcomed exhibitors and visitors from around the world to Las Vegas for four days of meetings, educational seminars and opportunities to meet new international customers. Working with buyers from around the globe, the U.S. Commercial Service connected U.S.-based World of Concrete exhibitors interested in expanding sales internationally, with potential overseas partners. One-on-one meetings, supported by a multi-lingual staff, and export counseling from trade specialists with the U.S. Commercial Service and EXIM Bank provided a wealth of opportunities for companies looking for new channels of distribution.

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4 Ways EXIM Supports Service Exporters

February 02, 2017

Are you a U.S. small business that sells architecture, construction, advanced manufacturing, engineering IT or legal services? If so, are you exporting these services to foreign entities or are you looking to expand to the international market? If you’ve answered yes to the questions above, then you’re in a growing market of U.S. service providers looking to capitalize abroad. There are many government resources and programs out there that support the growth of U.S. service exporters; however, many are unaware that these programs even exist. The Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (EXIM) happens to be one of several federal agencies that supports service exporters by providing export credit insurance and working capital loan guarantees to equip U.S. businesses to grow their international sales.

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