New Mexico Trade Resources

New Mexico Department of Economic Development, International Trade Division -- has many resources for NM exporters. We work together to help NM companies develop their export markets. For information on programs and services available through the State of New Mexico, please click here: http://www.edd.state.nm.us/businessAssistance/internationalBusiness/

For further information, please contact Edward Herrera at Edward.Herrera@state.nm.us

SCORE - Counselors to America’s Small Business – Offers free assistance from successful, retired executives that will help you develop a business plan. For information, see http://www.score.org/index.html.  Contact the New Mexico office at http://www.nmscore.org/

SBA - Small Business Administration – Offers aid and protection to help your business start, grow, and succeed. See http://www.sba.gov/ for details.  Discover how to manage your business, expand your business with programs and services, increase your knowledge and productivity, and support your business with a team of experts.  Contact the New Mexico office at http://www.sba.gov/about-offices-content/2/3132

New Mexico Small Business Development Center [SBDC] International Business Accelerator -- The NMIBA trade specialists can:  Assess export readiness and foreign market potential for new-to-export firms; Conduct one-on-one counseling and educational seminars on international trade and NAFTA issues; Locate financial assistance for export ventures. There is no charge for NMIBA assistance. Contact the New Mexico International Business Accelerator at http://www.nmiba.com/

U.S. Dept of Agriculture – Foreign Agricultural Service -- FAS offers export programs to help U.S. exporters develop and maintain markets overseas for hundreds of food and agricultural products, from bulk commodities to brand-name items. They also provide U.S. agricultural exporters with short- and intermediate-term commercial financing support through Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) export credit guarantee programs as well as access to FAS offices around the world. For information on exporting your New Mexico agriculture products, please see http://www.fas.usda.gov/agx/exporter_assistance.asp


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