Get Industry Insights on Agricultural Machinery & Top Export Markets

March 15, 2016

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) publishes market reports on high value industries to help U.S. exporters identify top export markets for their U.S.A. made goods and services. By ranking future export opportunities, these reports are a simple way for a U.S. business to plan its next sale. In addition to examining the opportunities available by market, each report details U.S. competitiveness in a sector, as well as any challenges a U.S. business may face entering a new market.


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USEACs, Pt II: Export Finance, Trade Counseling, & Market Intelligence

February 23, 2016

American businesses are increasingly turning to exports as a source of opportunity, growth and diversification. Though foreign markets are more accessible than ever, exporting is still more complicated than doing business domestically and presents a unique set of challenges. Business owners with an eye on the international marketplace should not be deterred. There are powerful resources to empower exporters to overcome obstacles to global growth. One such resource – the network of U.S. Export Assistance Centers (USEACs) – should be on every exporter’s radar.

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USEACs Part I: What Are They & How Can They Help You Compete Globally?

January 12, 2016

American businesses are increasingly turning to exports as a source of opportunity, growth and diversification. Though foreign markets are more accessible than ever, exporting is still more complicated than doing business domestically and presents a unique set of challenges. Business owners with an eye on the international marketplace should not be deterred. There are powerful resources to empower exporters to overcome obstacles to global growth. One such resource – the network of U.S. Export Assistance Centers (USEACs) – should be on every exporter’s radar.

What is a USEAC?

USEACs are one-stop shops that equip U.S. businesses to compete globally. Staffed by international trade specialists from EXIM Bank, the Department of Commerce and the Small Business Administration (SBA), these centers are located in metropolitan areas throughout the United States. They serve as ground-level support for American exporters and exporters-to-be.

Business Matchmaking Services at USEACs

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