Welcome to the U.S. Export Assistance Center -- St. Louis

USA TODAY article features small Missouri business new to exporting

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The U.S. Commercial Service, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, provides export assistance to U.S. companies who are developing international markets. If you are new to exporting or looking to increase current exports, our experienced staff will help you through every step of the process. Call the St. Louis Export Assistance Center today for help to:

  • Find new markets
  • Navigate documentation challenges
  • Identify and evaluate international partners
  • Create market entry strategies
  • Explore exporting for the first time

Download the free 76-page International E-Commerce Sales Guide

What People are Saying About the Commercial Service

Watch a video overview of the Commercial Service on KSDK

Listen to an NPR report on the ways the Commercial Service helps exporters

Read a White House progress report on the National Export Initiative (Sept. 2010)

The St. Louis office serves Missouri (except Kansas City) and the Illinois counties around St. Louis. For more information on how we can help your company succeed in the global marketplace, please visit our services page.

Visit our newest resource; the Export Webinar Library Listen to expert speakers address opportunities in specific countries or targeted industries, documentation, finance, regulations and more.



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