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2017 Year in Review: EXIM’s Top 5 Blogs for Small Business Growth
January 18, 2018 Tatiana Bertolo, Office of Small Business

At EXIM, we dedicate ourselves to helping small businesses grow abroad. Our financial products, export credit insurance and working capital guarantees, ensure small businesses have the financial backing in case of foreign buyer nonpayment or in case they need financing from their bank in order to secure a large order. As we all know, small businesses are the backbone of this country, therefore, we are committed to sharing our knowledge not just on the financing side, but also sharing about other government programs and resources that support small business growth. Below are EXIM’s Top 5 blogs of 2017 – don’t miss out on reading them:

  1. The State of Small Business Technology Adoption

Digital tools such as cash flow management solutions and e-Invoicing is on the rise for small businesses. Find out what you need to do in order to get your small business up to date with technology.

  1. 4 Ways EXIM Supports Service Exporters

EXIM not only supports manufacturers, but we also support service exporters – whether it’s IT services, telecomm,

  1. 10 Common Export Documents You Should Know About

It’s critical to understand what documents you need in order to successfully export your product. Learn more about the bill of lading, certificate of manufacturer, certificate of origin, etc.

  1. Klumb Lumber: Exporting Forest Products Around the World

Learn how a family owned wholesale distributor of lumber and forest products uses export credit insurance to expand into new markets and protect against the risk of foreign buyer nonpayment.

  1. 7 Red Flags: Protecting Against Fraud in Trade Finance

Protect yourself and your company by learning how to identify fraud, whether it’s through the application/buying process, suspicious financial statements, invoices, etc.

Are you looking to expand abroad for the first time or looking to expand into newer markets without understanding the risk involved? Speak to one of EXIM’s local representatives in your area:

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