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  • International Trade Center at the University of Texas, San Antonio Assistant Director Doug Smith presented "Taking your Business Global: De-Mystifying the Export Process" Click on each part to view the sections of the powerpoint. Part One   Part Two   Part Three
  • www.inc.com/exporting

    New export training series of free educational videos to help small businesses get into exporting. The video series, Take Your Business Global, features five main topics that guide small businesses through the process of exporting: Getting Started in Exporting; Planning for Export success; Connecting with Foreign Buyers; Financing; and five Case Studies of successful small business exporters.

  • http://www.sba.gov/category/navigation-structure/starting-managing-business/managing-business/exporting-importing

    SBA provides counseling, training and financing to support small business export opportunities.

  • http://export.gov/ 

    Helping U.S. Companies Export

  • http://export.gov/advocacy/

    Their mission is to coordinate U.S. Government resources and authority in order to level the playing field on behalf of U.S. business interests as they compete against foreign firms for specific international contracts or other U.S. export opportunities. In doing so, the Advocacy Center helps create and retain U.S. jobs through exports.

  • http://www.export.gov/cemark/

  • The CE marking (an acronym for the French "Conformite Europeenne") certifies that a product has met EU health, safety, and environmental requirements, which ensure consumer safety. Manufacturers in the European Union (EU) and abroad must meet CE marking requirements where applicable in order to market their products in Europe.

  • http://export.gov/hawaii/

    The U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce is a federal government agency dedicated to helping small–to–medium sized Hawaii and Pacific Island companies expand sales into international markets.

  • http://export.gov/index.asp

    The U.S. Commercial Service helps U.S. companies find new international business partners in worldwide markets. If you're outside the U.S. and looking for U.S. suppliers, our services can help you find U.S. suppliers of products and services.

  • http://www.exportuniversity.com/

    Export University is a series of courses on exporting designed by the District Export Council and the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce

  • http://www.export-u2.com/

    Export-U2.com is a free export training website by the U.S. Export Assistance Center in Atlanta, and the University of Georgia SBDC. This new site offers a series of practical and free webinars designed to help people cultivate export sales. The simple how-to format lets users control the pace and sequence of learning, to access and download supporting materials, and to communicate with the instructor. The sessions are pre-recorded and available 24/7.

  • http://exportassistance.com/

  • The MNDEC is a private, nonprofit organization of experienced international business people providing export expertise to expand U.S. exporting.
  • http://exportassistance.com/documents-forms/export-documentation-templates?gid=40

    Export documentation Templates are available on this site.

  • The International Trade Administration (ITA) strengthens the competitiveness of U.S. industry, promotes trade and investment, and ensures fair trade through the rigorous enforcement of our trade laws and agreements. ITA works to improve the global business environment and helps U.S. organizations compete at home and abroad.

  • http://www.trade.gov/mas/

    The Manufacturing and Services (MAS) unit of the International Trade Administration (ITA) is dedicated to enhancing the global competitiveness of U.S. industry, expanding its market access, and increasing its exports. MAS industry experts and economists perform strategic research and analysis in order to shape and implement trade policy, create conditions that encourage innovation, lower the cost of doing business, and promote U.S. economic growth.

  • http://trade.gov/mac/

    Market Access and Compliance (MAC) identifies and overcomes trade barriers, resolves trade policy issues, and ensures that our trading partners fully meet their obligations under our trade agreements. MAC ensures access to world markets for American companies and workers so they can compete on a "level playing field."

  • http://www.solusource.com/

  • Find industrial company AND product information from around the world in one place. Add your company profile and products at no charge.

  • http://www.thomasnet.com/

    Find your supplier; more than 67,000 categories to choose from in the U.S.



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