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You started a small business knowing you’d make most of your revenue by selling your products or services. But you say to friends, “I hate selling. I’m not a good salesperson.”
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My journey to the White House began as a community organizer in a poor neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago, working with people to help improve their lives.Read More
The following is a cross-post from the International Trade Administration's Tradeology Blog
Guest blog post by Felicia Pullam, Director of Outreach for SelectUSA
Today is the seventh anniversary of of the first time President Obama met with Sergeant First Class Cory Remsburg. Read the President's reflection on what Cory has taught him over the years -- and watch the video to see what happened the last time they met.
Seven years ago today, while honoring the heroes of D-Day, I met a young Army Ranger, Cory Remsburg.
Eight months later, I walked into a hospital room at Bethesda to visit a grievously wounded soldier. It was Cory, and he had been nearly killed by a massive roadside bomb in Afghanistan.Read More
Imagine this: You're standing by a lake and you see someone drowning. You have the ability to save that person, but your hands are tied.
Doctors who have spent the past three decades working in CDC’s birth defects center tell me that they have never seen a situation so urgent. The ability to prevent dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of severe birth defects creates a special responsibility – every child protected is a tragedy prevented.Read More
Guest blog by Dawn Marie Bailey, Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, National Institute of Standards and Technology
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WASHINGTON, DC — In this week's address, the President discussed his return to Elkhart, Indiana, the first town he visited as President and one that was among the hardest-hit by the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes. Seven years later, unemployment in Elkhart has fallen from a high of nearly 20 percent to around four percent; more families are back on sturdy ground; more are covered by health insurance; and more students are graduating from high school.Read More
Today, the President announced 42 additional grants of clemency to men and women serving years in prison under outdated and unduly harsh sentencing laws. The individuals receiving a presidential commutation today have more than repaid their debt to society and earned this second chance.
To date, the President has commuted the sentences of 348 individuals -- more than the previous seven Presidents combined. He remains committed to using his clemency power throughout the remainder of the Administration to give more deserving individuals that same second chance.
Guest blog post by Genilson Brandao, Senior Communications Specialist at SelectUSA
Earlier today, SelectUSA launched our newly redesigned website, SelectUSA.gov. The new website was developed as a “first stop” for our clients – companies seeking information about investing in the United States and economic development organizations (EDOs) looking to attract investment to their communities – to provide key foreign direct investment (FDI) data, resources, and news and updates.