Companies that export are 17 percent more profitable than companies that don't.
Join representatives from the South Carolina SBDC, South Carolina Department of Commerce, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Small Business Administration, and the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) to discuss how and why 300,000 other small businesses are exporting.
Africa is home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies. By 2030, Africa’s population will grow to roughly 1.7 billion, and the continent will be home to one-fifth of the world’s population. Given that Africa’s infrastructure gap is narrowing and the continent is primed for mass industrialization, U.S. businesses are well positioned to meet the increasing demand for goods and services.
Don’t miss out on North Carolina’s April 8th virtual panel discussion on International Trade.
Join representatives from Export Delaware, the U.S. Commercial Service, and the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) to learn how your business can grow through international sales.
March 2022 Edition: Showcasing the International Success of Women-Owned and Led Businesses
As markets reopen and companies return to “business as usual,” U.S. companies will grow by exporting products through international markets. However, mitigating supply chain disruption, ensuring business continuity and assurance of price and service are vital to safeguarding long-term business viability and remaining competitive and profitable. Learn how to do so from Regions Bank Vice President of the Global Trade Finance Group Thomas Matthias.
Celebrate Women’s History Month by joining the “Women in Tech Go Global” virtual series to explore international opportunities and trends, resources for going global, and website globalization. Hosted by the U.S. Commercial Service, you’ll hear partners – including the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) – providing a deep dive into the global tech field to help you understand the resources available, illuminate your online presence, and learn how to expand your U.S. company internationally.
In honor of Women’s History Month, please join the U.S. Commercial Service for a virtual conversation on its Global Diversity Export Initiative (GDEI) for Chambers of Commerce, Economic Development Corporations, and all interested entrepreneurs. This initiative is committed to helping businesses in central regions of California and underserved communities overcome barriers to entering the export market, increasing existing sales abroad, and executing a global strategy effectively.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) Minority and Women Owned Business (MWOB) Division, invites you to participate in the online event: From Land, Sea, and Air to Exporting – Women-Owned Business (WOBs) on the Go!
US EXIM Financing Programs
- Minority and Women Owned Business Outreach Focus, Goals, and Objectives
- Short-Term Insurance Program
- Medium & Long-Term Direct Loan
- Loan Guarantees
You’re invited to a Panel Discussion and Reception sponsored by the International Trade Association of Greater Chicago in collaboration with the Chicago International Trade Commissioners' Association, SelectChicago, and the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM).
The United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration (ITA), is organizing an executive-led Minority-Business Focused Trade Mission (MBTM) to Southwestern Europe: Italy, Spain, and Portugal from Sunday, May 15, 2022 to Saturday, May 21, 2022.
Presented in partnership with the Export-import Bank of the U.S., the PA Chamber is proud to offer an upcoming free webinar. This program is designed to provide Pennsylvania employers with the resources they need to develop strategies for global commerce.
You’re invited to learn and discuss how the Export Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) can support U.S. exporters with export finance programs that will make them more competitive, more attractive to international buyers, and reduce their international account risks.
Join Rosalind Bryant, NFDO Lender Relations Specialist and Sandro Murtas, SBA Office of International Trade Lead Export Finance Manager - Florida, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico on Wednesday, March 2nd at 1:00pm for a Lender Roundtable regarding SBA and OIT updates. There will also be a presentation by Elena Mendez, Regional Director, Eastern Region, Small Business Group, Export-Import Bank of the United States about the insurance programs for foreign account receivables.
Learning to manage the exporting process is a valuable skill for individuals working in firms of all sizes from entrepreneurial ventures to large corporations. Selling products and services internationally offers an excellent opportunity for firms to reach and expand their markets, achieve greater profit margins, and achieve economies of scale.
Minority Business Focused Trade Mission: Market Overview Webinar
Join the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service, EXIM Bank, and the Global Diversity Export Initiative (GDEI) to explore and learn more about the Minority Business Focused Trade Mission, highlight the resources available to expand into international markets, and gain market insights into regional trends in Italy, Spain and Portugal. During this webinar, you will hear directly from senior U.S. Commercial Diplomats, International Trade Specialists, and Business Development Specialists.
Are you ready to meet San Diego's emerging global players -- and become one yourself? With 95 percent of the world 's consumers living outside the United States, exporting can diversify your markets and become the key to growing your business.
February 2022 Edition: Showcasing the International Success of Black-Owned and Led Businesses