In celebration of World Trade Month, federal trade promotion agencies will host our annual “Go Global” webinar series throughout May. U.S. businesses will learn about strategies and resources to increase global sales. The webinars address issues confronting companies and offer participants the chance to ask questions directly of the experts. Mark your calendar for this FREE series on Thursdays in May. Here’s what you’ll learn about:
How do I manage challenges in the global marketplace? (May 16 at 2 p.m. EDT)
Whether it’s protecting intellectual property rights, competing for foreign government procurement, or addressing trade barriers, learn about U.S. Department of Commerce programs that can help. Once a small business starts selling to global customers, there will inevitably be a few bumps in the road. Knowing how to avoid challenges, or if they occur, where to turn for support can save time and money.
What tools can help me find new markets? (May 23 at 2 p.m. EDT)
Discover the power of data for finding foreign market opportunities. Get a hands-on tutorial of data tools that can help businesses that are ready to increase international sales. USA Trade Online, the Global Market Finder Tool, and the ITA Market Diversification Tool are available for anyone to use to identify new markets, evaluate existing markets, and perform other market research.
How can I identify trade opportunities in international development? (May 30 at 2 p.m. EDT)
Small business exporters can truly make the world a better place by doing good. In our final webinar of the series, gain insights into the work of U.S. development agencies. You’ll also hear about trade opportunities that can grow your business while solving the world’s most pressing problems.
Your Next Step in Global Sales Growth: Join the Webinar Series Thursdays in May
Whether you are a new exporter or an experienced international business, you will get valuable insight from this year’s “Go Global” webinar series. Federal agencies are here to support your business’s success abroad. Click here to for details on the webinar series.
The federal agencies presenting this series are the U.S. Small Business Administration, U.S. Export-Import Bank, the U.S. Department of Commerce (International Trade Administration and U.S. Census Bureau), the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency.