News and Articles About Exporting
Having a global footprint may be a goal for many small businesses, but for most it's not a reality. Ecommerce can help expand your reach.
The dollar's run-up over the past six months is pinching small exporters, who say they're facing pricing pressure and overseas competition.
There won't be any special relationships once diplomatic relations are restored between the two countries.
Small business runs on free trade. Two new agreements could have a big impact.
After legislators branded it a national security threat, the company is planning a campaign to win over U.S. consumers.
Who knew worldwide trade could look so good?
The move comes as part of Washington's rapprochement with Havana after more than half a century of enmity.
The vast and increasing prosperous market is alluring but navigating the many diverse cultures requires good help.
Ecommerce allows retailers large and small to sell nationally but borders remain significant barriers to foreign markets. Patience and newly available technology can change that.
Free trade agreements and millions of newly prosperous overseas consumers have opened large foreign markets to even the smallest companies.
Here's a basic primer on the shipping terms and logistics you need to be familiar with when you own an exporting business.
As an importer or exporter, you need to know how each link in the shipping chain functions. Here's the lowdown on what all those terms on the shipping forms mean.
As an import business owner, it's important to know the four basic steps for getting your foreign products through customs.
Because exports give the U.S. economy a big charge, government agencies are happy to help you sell just about anything to foreign markets. Here are the government resources available to you.