An Experienced Freight Forwarder is Your Friend in Exporting

August 11, 2016

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, companies that export are 17 percent more profitable than those that don’t. While all customer transactions carry some level of administrative overhead, sales to companies and consumers outside of the United States require additional paperwork including correct labeling to ensure goods arrive at the right place at the right time, and documentation that meets U.S. and foreign governments’ rules and regulations.  Frankly, the bureaucracy surrounding shipping products overseas may seem daunting.  Fortunately, an experienced freight forwarder can help!
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Looking to Export? Use the Export Business Planner for Your Business

June 28, 2016

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has created a hands-on exporting preparation guide and innovative tool called the Export Business Planner. It is designed to serve as a roadmap for creating an export business plan, exploring foreign markets and financing, developing a marketing plan, and more.

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Changing Dynamics in China - New Rules

May 05, 2016

Reflections: EXIM's 2016 Annual Conference
At this year’s Export-Import Bank of the United States annual conference, Richard McGregor, Public Policy Fellow at the Wilson Center, moderated a panel discussion on the changing dynamics in China and its impact on the global economy, including what this means for American businesses. The three speakers on the panel included Patrick Chovanec, Chief Strategist of Silvercrest Asset Management; Leland Miller, President of the China Beige Book; and Judy Zakreski, President and CEO of China Trade Strategies.
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