When a small business opens its borders to international trade, opportunities for growth, sales, and jobs increase. Educating yourself on the ins and outs of exporting gives you the knowledge you need to make confident decisions for your business, products, and employees.
The Missouri SBDC international trade services provide you the resources and training to step into new markets. 95% of the world lives outside the United States, and with small businesses accounting for 97% of U.S. exporters, you are in good company to reach even more buyers.
One-on-one personalized assistance and coaching allow you to learn exactly what you need. Get answers about tariffs, licenses, and international marketing plans, whether you're a seasoned business owner or just getting started. Contact us today and become one of the many Missouri businesses that export internationally.
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News & articles
- Published: Tuesday, May 25, 2021
Earlier in this series we looked at some of the benefits and basics of exporting. In this article, we will review an important first step, how to determine if there are no export control restrictions on your product or service. Unless there is a ...
- Published: Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Are you a small business owner that is not currently exporting your goods and services, but is considering it? Are you concerned about how to make the right decision on this important question for your company and how to prepare your business for ...
- Published: Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017
The statistics aren’t pretty.Sixty million Americans a year suffer from allergies and asthma. Three billion ear infections are diagnosed annually and we also suffer about one billion colds — two to four per year for adults, six to eight for ...
- Published: Wednesday, June 21, 2017
In an abandoned grocery store in a formerly abandoned St. Louis neighborhood, Habitata Building Products LLC, makers of Halcyon Shades, has brought American jobs back from Mexico and in the process transformed a neighborhood.And folks have noticed. ...
The World Trade Centers Association stimulates trade and investment opportunities for commercial property developers, economic development agencies, and international businesses looking to connect globally and prosper locally.