The U.S. Department of Commerce recognizes a company’s exceptional export achievement in partnership with the Department's U.S. Commercial Service.
Issued by the Director General of the U.S. Commercial Service, the Export Achievement Certificate recognizes small and medium-sized enterprises that have successfully entered the international marketplace for the first time, or that have successfully entered a new market. Awarded to both private companies and organizations committed to exporting endeavors, the Export Achievement Certificate highlights how the U.S. Commercial Service and its programs can lead to success for you! For more information on the Export Achievement Award and to see past winners, click here.
The President's "E" Award was created by Executive Order of the President on December 5, 1961, to afford suitable recognition to persons, firms, or organizations which contribute significantly in the effort to increase United States exports. It is the mark of excellence for any firm engaged in exporting their manufactured good or service and for export service providers. For more information on the President’s “E” Award, click here.