Between 2009 and 2011, U.S. exports grew by 40 percent, but making the decision to export, however, is significant. Is your product marketable overseas? Can your business tolerate the benefits versus the trade-offs of exporting? Here are some tips for assessing your business’ readiness to export – backed by a series of useful worksheets to help you work through this important exercise.

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Written by SBA.gov
528 days ago

Lyceum - We offer a step by step guide to getting started in importing in this blog. http://www.sba.gov/community/blogs/importing-goods-us-%E2%80%93-introductory-guide-small-business-owners



Written by lyceum
531 days ago

Do you know about a step-by-step guide for small businesses that are interested in importing?



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