Export Import Business

The following list contains lenders, divided by state, with approved SBA International Trade Loan program guaranties in Fiscal Year 2015.

Export Working Capital Program Lenders

The following list contains lenders, divided by state, that approved SBA-guarenteed Export Working Capital Program loan guaranties in Fiscal Year 2015.

The following list contains lenders, divided by state, with approved SBA Export Express loan guaranties in Fiscal Year 2015.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Small Business Administration will host the second of its Export Matchmaker Trade Fair & Conference series in Tampa, Fla., on September 14. The program is designed to provide small business manufacturers and suppliers an easy and inexpensive means for exporting their products by matching them with trade intermediaries from across the country.

My U.S. Export Story—Finding Customers Around the World

Ninety-six percent of the world’s consumers live outside of the United States and represent two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power. U.S. companies that export enjoy business success with increased sales and profit potential. Exporting also helps businesses weather downturns in the domestic economy by being prepared to respond to foreign competition and global market trends.

Export Business Planner-- For Your Small Business

The Export Business Planner is a free, customizable tool for small business owners who are exploring exporting. Using the planner, you can work through the critical processes of export readiness and planning via a ready-made, easily accessible document that can be updated and referenced time and again as your export business grows. If you have a successful product or service you may be able to increase sales and profit by exporting.

96% of the world’s consumers reside outside the U.S. Where will your next customer come from?
 

ATC International, Inc. Finds Success in Exporting

Amy Frey’s international trade consulting business, ATC International, Inc., began in 1991 with boomerangs, and her business has been booming ever since.

The U.S. Small Business Administration’s newly revised International Trade Loan provides small businesses with enhanced export financing options for their export transactions.

The ITL is designed to help small businesses enter and expand into international markets and, when adversely affected by import competition, make the investments necessary to better compete. The ITL offers a combination of fixed asset, working capital financing and debt refinancing with the SBA’s maximum guaranty— 90 percent— on the total loan amount.

To help you identify what government financing programs may be available to help you start or expand your business, check out the “Access Financing” Wizard from BusinessUSA.

In a few quick steps, this wizard will guide you to government resources to access financing for your business!

Compliance Contacts

Contact the following individual(s) to get more information on complying with the Export-Import Bank regulations:

James Burrows
Vice President
Small Business Division
Export-Import Bank of the United States
Phone: 202-565-3801
james.burrows@exim.gov

Compliance Resources

The following agencies and offices provide compliance resources for small businesses:

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