Commercial News USA, the official export promotion magazine of the United States Department of Commerce, is designed to help American companies promote products and services to international buyers in more than 178 countries--at a fraction of the cost of other advertising options. Just one listing can produce a substantial return on investment, helping U.S. exporters find agents, distributors and buyers around the world.
Advertising in Commercial News USA provides American companies with an unparalleled opportunity to market products and services around the world. American companies that participate in Commercial News USA have the potential to increase export sales with a minimal investment. Advertising in the magazine also can be a cost-effective market research tool for companies to help them assess potential new market opportunities.
Commercial News USA is distributed bi-monthly to readers outside the United States. It is published six times per year. The magazine, which is free, is mailed directly to qualified recipients and distributed by U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service personnel at U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide. Each print version of the magazine reaches 250,000 readers. A link to the digital edition is sent out to more than 200,000 international buyers. Free translation for program participants is available online in Arabic, Chinese, French, Korean, Portuguese and Spanish.
•Direct Response. New customers around the world will read about your product or service and will receive information to contact you directly. Address-coded trade leads make it easy to track results.
•Broad Distribution. Worldwide circulation to a quarter million international buyers in 178 countries. Direct-mailed to qualified decision-makers worldwide.
•Built-In Credibility. Distributed by U.S. Foreign and Commercial Service officials at embassies and consulates, Commercial News USA enjoys a unique credibility that no other publication can offer.
•Follow-Up Support. The U.S. Department of Commerce offers free, individual export counseling at any of the more than 100 U.S. Export Assistance Centers across the country.
Business participants must be headquartered in the U.S.