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Successful exporters know who they can trust to get the information and guidance they need to make sound business decisions.
The U.S. Government provides U.S. companies with reliable information and personalized counseling at every step of the exporting process – from strategy and planning to financing and logistics to market entry and expansion to advocacy and dispute resolution.
Visit our Export Basics section to:
For more information or assistance, please contact the Trade Information Center at 1-800-USA-TRADE or TIC@ita.doc.gov
Find out what you need to know to become a more successful exporter:
Get expert advice and counseling from a U.S. Government representative located near you.
The Foreign Agricultural Service, SRTGs (State Regional Trade Groups), State Departments of Agriculture, food and agriculture industry organizations and international trade groups have a variety of programs and services that can benefit new and experienced exporters.
The Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) is a nationwide network of not-for-profit centers in over 400 locations nationwide. MEPs work directly with U.S. manufacturers to provide expertise and services tailored to their most critical needs, ranging from process improvements and worker training to business practices and applications of information technology.