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Women History Month: Exporting in a Global Market
March 15, 2021 Eugene Uhm, Business Development Specialist

Women’s History Month was first celebrated in 1981 after Congress passed Pub. L. 97-28. President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the week beginning March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week”. Throughout the 1980’s, Congress continued to pass resolutions designating a week in March as “Women’s History Week”. In the early 1990’s, Congress passed additional resolutions which allowed the President to proclaim the month of March of each year as “Women’s History Month”. From that point on, March has been known as “Women’s History Month”, celebrating and recognizing the historical contributions women have made for the United States throughout history.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (EXIM) and its Minority and Women Owned Business (MWOB) Office invites you to participate in a virtual event, Women's History Month: Exporting in a Global Market.


This event will bring together leaders from some of the top women’s business organizations, as well as successful women-owned business exporters, to provide attendees with an opportunity to learn about:


  • New tips and resources for international trade
  • EXIM financing tools
  • Exporting with the power of collaboration

It will include two in-depth panel discussions focused on strategies for successfully exporting American made goods and services. 


Confirmed organizations participating will be WeConnect International, the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT), the Small Business Administration: Office of Women’s Business Ownership, and the Minority Business Development Agency. 


Save your seat today, share the experience, and let’s work together to boost your business globally! 


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