U.S. Commercial Service Helps U.S. Businesses Export and Grow Internationally

U.S. Commercial Service Helps U.S. Businesses Export and Grow Internationally


[ Music ]>>Many U.S. companies of all sizes grow
their business by exporting products and services to buyers around the world. If you want to start or expand
your international sales to one market or 100, we’d like to help. We are the U.S. Commercial
Service, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International
Trade Administration. We are the export experts with a global
network of trade professionals located in more than 100 U.S. cities and in U.S. embassies
and consulates in almost 80 countries. This is unparalleled global reach
that can help any exporting business. The key focus of the U.S. Commercial Service
is to help small- and medium-sized businesses, the foundation of the U.S. economy, increase
exports, and expand into new markets abroad. When U.S. companies succeed
abroad, everybody wins. Exporting supports more good-paying jobs
in America and U.S. economic prosperity. Ninety-five percent of the world’s
consumers live outside the United States. We advise U.S. businesses on what these
consumers need and how to market them online, on the ground, and around the world. We provide valuable and easy to access tips,
tools, resources, and market intelligence. We offer personalized, one-on-one export
counseling and other services tailored to unique business needs leveraged by a
global network unsurpassed anywhere else. We help businesses select the best markets
and sales channels, understand the rules and regulations, find qualified partners,
connect with buyers around the world, and recommend ways to finance exports. We also advocate on behalf of U.S. companies,
bidding on foreign public sector contracts so they can compete on a level playing field. Our U.S.-based experts help develop export
plans and strategies to get you started. Our international experts provide the
market intelligence and connections to help businesses get that first
sale in that first export market or numerous sales in multiple markets. And every day, our in-country staff advocates
on their behalf for easier market entry, lower tariffs, and even help
unstick products delayed in customs. Our staff is dedicated to working
with businesses every step of the way to see them grow globally and succeed
in the international marketplace. Whether new to exporting or experienced global
professionals looking for more market share, they can contact the export pros
at the U.S. Commercial Service. Visit export.gov to learn more. Brought to you by the U.S. Commercial
Service, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International
Trade Administration.

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