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This post orginally appeared on the blog of our partner, The Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Summer is coming and across the country that means state and county fairs. And cotton candy. And snow cones. Or maybe a trip to the air conditioned movie theater to beat the heat. With popcorn, of course. If any of these stir your memory or make your mouth water, you, and people around the world, can thank Great Western Products.
Are you one of the 300,000 U.S.-based small businesses that export your products and services to international markets? Do you know there are ways to protect your company’s assets from non-payment by foreign buyers and to improve your cash flow?
This post originally appeared on Small Business Majority.
98% of export companies are small businesses. Don’t limit your business’ growth by not exporting.
Join the Export-Import Bank (EXIM) and the Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC) to learn how to finance exports and grow your business internationally. At our event, we will discuss how your business can: find foreign buyers and international partners, access capital to finance your export sales, and reduce risk with export credit insurance.
Please join us for EXIM's 2019 Annual Conference. on March 28-29, 2019. The event presents a unique opportunity for American companies to grow their international sales and better understand the global economy.
You will hear from the brightest minds in business, economic policy, media, and government as they discuss their thoughts on the U.S. and world economies and the changing landscape of the global marketplace. You will also be able to meet and converse with experts in trade, government and banking.
This post originally appeared on the blog of our partner, CDC Small Business Finance.
Are you looking into a small business loan? Before filling out an application, you’ll want to know whether you have a high enough credit score to qualify for financing. And if your score is not quite there yet, don’t give up — you have the power to fix your credit yourself.
This post orginally appeared on the blog of our partner, CDC Small Business Finance.
If you’re a business owner, money matters are often top of mind. Is my company bringing in enough revenue? Will I have enough saved up for retirement? How much will I owe in taxes this year?