Statistically, 80% of the world’s purchasing power, 92% of its economic growth and 95% of its consumers reside outside of the United States.
Have you ever considered exporting to grow your business? For many small business owners, exporting seems too complicated, mysterious or costly, but exporting is often even easier than selling your product or service domestically.
Protecting your intellectual property is critical when doing business internationally.
The Market: Wisconsin ranks among America’s 20 most lucrative exporters by state.
After a year of conflict, is the world anticipating the rebuilding of Ukraine? During the Rebuild Ukraine International Exhibition and Conference in Warsaw, Poland, in February topics included key investment opportunities, recovery and reconstruction.
I had a great conversation with a colleague the other day about how I knew I was exporting. I thought the question was a bit funny given my background but, to his perspective, my friend only ships domestically.
Last month I discussed the opportunity of exporting your services to a foreign buyer, see Trade in Services part 1 .
Ever wonder if what you do can be exported? When we think about exporting, we typically focus on physical products, however, many companies providing services such as marketing, design, consulting and more are increasing their sales and presence overseas.
Once again, I am overwhelmed by the cool things being developed in Wisconsin.