August 2022 Edition: Showcasing the International Success of Rural Businesses.
This webinar will introduce Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSBs) to the resources available to support international business growth. Guest speakers will cover the key points of international business planning, including various resources available to current and potential exporters. The session will include a brief description of export finance solutions for short-term transactions such as EXIM Bank's Working Capital Guarantee Program and Export Credit Insurance.
Building Bridges to Global Markets brings no-cost, in-person exporting expertise to your community. Addressing issues most common to businesses seeking international sales expansion, this event will introduce reliable contacts, accurate information, and ready-to-use resources that will place you firmly on the road to exporting success.
Meet our stellar speaker lineup:
Keynote - "RUSSIAN NESTING DOLLS – NAVIGATING THE INCREASINGLY COMPLEX WORLD OF U.S. SANCTIONS/EXPORT CONTROLS ON RUSSIA with Mollie Sitkowski, Trade Compliance Partner at Faegre Drinker
Building Bridges to Global Markets is a first-of-its-kind event series organized by the U.S. Commercial Service, as part of our Global Diversity Export Initiative. Designed to connect SMEs in undeserved communities with global business opportunities.
July 2022 Edition: Showcasing the International Success of Veteran-Owned and Led Businesses
North Branch Works and the Illinois District Export Council are excited to host the Manufacturing Export Webinar. This event will feature an engaging and informative dialogue with exporting and finance experts. This event will help manufacturers looking to begin exporting.
June 2022 Edition: Showcasing the International Success of LGBTQI+ Owned and Led Businesses
Please join the Craft Wine Association in collaboration with the Export-Import Bank of the United States for a virtual discussion about how small wineries can tap new markets and increase revenues through international sales. During this free webinar, you will learn:
Please join the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM), the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), and the US Commercial Service (USCS) for a discussion about advancing inclusive economic growth for the LGBT community and resources and programs that are available to help underserved U.S. businesses succeed in exporting around the world.
Please join the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. and World Trade Center Delaware for an in-person training about reducing financial risk for U.S. exporters.
Join us for a virtual international trade seminar featuring keynote speaker, Mike Dwiggins, Lender Account Manager of EXIM, and a panel of experts from international banking to trade associations as they share what it takes to expand the reach of your goods and services worldwide safely and seamlessly.
Companies that export are 17 percent more profitable than companies that don't.
Join representatives from the Tennessee SBDC, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. 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.
We live in a trade-driven economy, with 95% of the world’s consumers and two-thirds of all purchasing power located outside the United States.
Please join the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) in partnership with the Center for Women & Enterprise - Massachusetts and Massachusetts Export Center for a free webinar, Tools to Start and Grow Globally.
Gain insights from successful exporters, learn about export financing and trade counseling services, & discover trade information resources.
The Women Export Academy is a collaborative initiative between the U.S. Commercial Service and UPS that aims to increase the participation of women-owned and women-led business in exporting and to create more opportunities for women entrepreneurs to achieve economic equality.
Navigating resources from Federal and State government agencies can be exhausting. That's why The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), the U.S. Commercial Service Harlem Office, Silicon Harlem and a star-studded list of government and industry partners have pulled together real, live speakers to provide an introduction to the many programs that are offered to support your international expansion.
May 2022 Edition: Showcasing the International Success of Asian and Pacific Islander-Owned and Led Businesses
In collaboration with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (OSDBU), EXIM's Minority and Women Owned Business (MWOB) Outreach Group and the U.S. Commercial Service are seeking small & large business partners to promote international business opportunities and export finance solutions to Veteran Owned Businesses.
Since 2020, the world has been turned upside down due to the global pandemic. But as an essential industry, agriculture never stopped. Agribusinesses learned that relying on domestic sales doesn’t guarantee success and that exporting can diversify markets — and become the key to growing your business.