As part of its ongoing effort to strengthen relationships with small business customers, the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) recently unveiled an updated website, www.exim.gov, that streamlines user experience, improves site navigation, and offers new tools designed to help U.S. companies begin or expand their export journey.
The modernized website offers more usable resources to help small businesses find the EXIM products and services needed to export their American-made goods and services to the global marketplace.
"It is a new day at EXIM and our new website reflects that. I am pleased to offer a more dynamic, more accessible website that especially helps America’s small businesses,” said EXIM President and Chair Reta Jo Lewis. “We are working hard to ensure that we are providing the best service possible to our stakeholders as we continue to modernize EXIM to help our American exporters compete globally.”
Small Business Toolbox
Small businesses can quickly find the information they need to grow export sales confidently and the tools they need to make it happen, including:
- Solutions: to find specific EXIM products organized by need or by name.
- Resources for learning: to find case studies, videos, podcasts, and more to help companies safely expand their sales internationally.
- Resources for doing: to find everything needed to check whether a buyer’s location is covered; calculate fees; access forms and applications; and find insurance brokers, authorized lenders, and other partners.
- MWOB specialists: to find the Minority and Women-Owned Business Division (MWOB) that supports U.S. businesses owned by minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
- Customer success stories: to see how other small businesses are using EXIM’s trade finance tools to expand their business and increase their revenue.
- Blog: to find tips on export finance solutions and advice from the companies who’ve used them.
Other changes to the EXIM website include new features on key priorities, including clean and renewable energy, sub-Saharan Africa, and the China and Transformational Exports Program.
To find out how EXIM can support your business as it competes in the global marketplace, schedule a free consultation with a trade finance specialist and launch your export journey today.