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State of New Jersey Business Action Center - The State of New Jersey offers access to free export consulting as well as services to assist your company to identify potential buyers and new international markets and find partners for joint ventures and strategic alliances. In addition, a business action team is available to assist with site selection services and to provide customized solutions outlining financing and incentive opportunities for expansion projects or for new investors seeking a corporate presence in the State. (866)-534-7789,
New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC) helps small businesses expand operations, manage growth or launch new ventures. With offices in every county of the state, NJSBDC consultants help small business owners finance, market and manage their ventures.
New Jersey District Export Council - NJ District Export Council (DEC) is a volunteer organization drawn from U.S. industry whose knowledge of international business provides a unique source of professional advice to help American firms compete and win business in the international marketplace.
MidAtlantic District Export Council - The MidAtlantic District Export Council (DEC) is a volunteer organization drawn from U.S. industry whose knowledge of international business provides a unique source of professional advice to help American firms compete and win business in the international marketplace.
World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia - The World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia -- with a direct link to over 750,000 international companies through 336 World Trade Centers in 93 countries - can help. Whether you are an established corporation already trading globally, or a small business interested in international trade, they have the resources you'll need to compete internationally.
New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Partnership - NJMEP is member of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership Program (MEP), a network of centers throughout the U.S. The centers are part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The MEPs were created to help small and mid-sized companies improve their competitive position in the market by focusing on five critical profitable growth areas: continuous improvement, technology acceleration, supplier development, sustainability and workforce development. To learn more about NJMEP visit www.njmep.org