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Have you ever thought about how you could create a global presence for your company? Where do you start? The International Trade Office of the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) has been assisting Iowa companies develop or expand their export markets for more than 30 years.
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SBA to Award $8 Million to Promote Small Business Exporting
Don’t miss an opportunity because of misconceptions! You can look past common myths and fears behind exporting in order to grow your business.
On behalf of the White House Rural Council’s Made in Rural America export and investment initiative, we are pleased to invite you to participate in a regional forum on expanding international market opportunities.
With the emergence of e-commerce, businesses can now sell and ship their products around the world much easier than in the past.
Some of the greatest obstacles to exporting are not knowing where to begin and the vast amount of helpful resources.
Here are 10 tips to help you get started.
US and Russian leaders discuss how entrepreneur-focused economic development concepts could be put into practice.
The partnership is expected to accelerate export business and job growth by promoting products and services within the Iowa SBDC’s statewide network of 15 regional centers and an International Trade Center (ITC).