U.S. Commercial Service: Exporters can use a network of export and industry specialists located in more than 100 U.S. cities and more than 80 countries worldwide. These trade professionals provide counseling and a variety of services to assist small and medium-sized U.S. businesses export their products and services. Guiding U.S. exporters through the export process from beginning to end, these professionals help to develop an effective international sales strategy, identify and comply with applicable laws and regulations, fulfill documentation requirements, and overcome trade problems.
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA): Find business experts who can help you with exporting or other areas of entrepreneurship to help your business start and grow. SBA offices serve every state and territory. In addition take advantage of more than 850 Small Business Development Centers, 380 chapters of SCORE (a resource partner with SBA that has more than 13,000 volunteer counselors and trainers of small businesses), and 110 Women’s Business Centers. SBA also has a senior international trade and finance specialist co-located with U.S. Commercial Service professionals in 18 of the 109 U.S. Export Assistance Centers.
RE&EE exports in action
Here are some examples of how specialists in Export Assistance Centers can help U.S. RE&EE exporters:
Where do I start?
To receive counseling on how to achieve your international sales goals, please contact your local U.S. Commercial Service international trade specialist or locate the nearest SBA district office.
More trade events/exports counseling programs
Return to the online guide "Trade Events and Export Counseling" section to read more about programs that can help RE&EE exporters.