Thu, Mar 18 | Live webinar

How to Get Started in International Trade: ABCs of Exporting

U.S. small and medium-sized companies account for 98 percent of the nearly 280,000 exporting businesses.

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Mar 18, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
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About the Event

U.S. small and medium-sized companies account for 98 percent of the nearly 280,000 exporting businesses. The internet, improved logistics options, and federal, state, and local resources make exporting viable for even the smallest businesses. In this webinar, we will discuss making an export plan, exploring the export potential, best markets, and sales channels for your good or service, and using federal, state, and local resources to support your efforts.

Presented by Laurie Kelleher, U.S. Commercial Service Pittsburgh

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