Want to sell to the world? Here's where to start.
If you're like many homebased entrepreneurs with a product to sell, the Internet has opened up a world of potential customers--literally. In fact, it's probably not uncommon for businesspeople to get orders from customers in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
But these are probably random international sales. If you want to build the import or export side of your business, what resources should you tap into? Books, Web sites and other sources are available, but if you're going international for the first time, an SBA Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a good place to start.
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