Thursday, May 12, 2022 from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM EDT
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Amy Amoroso 
McNulty Veteran Business Center 

International Trade 05/12/22 

Should exporting be a component of your company’s growth?


This webinar is specifically designed to provide the knowledge for small businesses, medium-sized businesses, and startups looking to start, grow or expand their sales beyond their domestic market. Getting paid for your export sales is more important than ever. In partnership with the Export-Import Bank of the United States and the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of International Trade, and U.S. Department of Commerses Commercial Services. Please join us for this essential program.  


Topics to be discussed include:


Export Tools & Resources


  • Export focused Federal and State partner agencies regarding their export offerings. Identify the support system in place to help your company compete globally.


Export Documentation & Financing

  • Your exports ride on paper, so your documentation better be in top shape. Learn what export documents you should have in your shipping collection and how to complete them the right way. Armor up your export docs to help to minimize shipment delays, achieve faster clearances for your customer, and ensure that you are paid on time.
  • Learn how small businesses can access financing to support their international sales join the Exim Bank, and SBA Trade financing Experts


International Sales & Marketing

  • A hands-on approach on what it takes to succeed in exporting your company’s product or service. Topics will include tips on how to identify the best global markets to target, how to leverage the services offered by the US Dept. of Commerce, how to choose the right overseas partner and other “Best Practices” of exporting US products and services.


Pulling it all together your Export Plan:

  • This session will cover a wide range of the tools and strategies that your company will need to succeed in exporting.
  • Topics covered, reviewing the previous presentations, and pulling the information together to include choosing the right international sales channels, finding the best potential partners, complying with U.S. export controls, and protecting your company’s intellectual property in foreign markets. Along with identifying how to finance your exports and manage international logistics to help your company enter new markets successfully.