Getting Your Business Ready to Go Global Luncheon

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Join us for the Getting Your Business Ready to Go Global Luncheon
on January 11, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm, at Hotel Concord!

Register here

Many small businesses boost their bottom line and build their competitiveness by selling to global markets. You can, too, whether you sell products or services, or have an online business or a manufacturing company.

Today, more and more small businesses are selling goods and services across the world, including Canada. U.S. small and medium-sized companies - firms with fewer than 500 employees - account for 98 percent of the nearly 280,000 American exporting businesses.  95% of the world’s potential consumers are outside of the United States, and global affinity for Made in USA products and services is second to none.

Come find out more about exporting, from marketing and ecommerce to logistics and getting paid.
Hear from federal and state resources and about grants for exporters.



Why should you attend the Getting Your Business Ready to Go Global Luncheon?

  • You are thinking about exporting.
  • You have an ecommerce business so you could receive orders from other countries (including Canada).
  • You attended the 12/14/23 exporting webinar or watch it here and want to know more.
  • You are doing some exporting, but would like to know more about how connecting with New Hampshire's vibrant Federal and State export resources can help you build your global sales.
  • You already export, and have new employees who need to know more about exporting.
  • You want to know more about available exporting grants!

Exporting Overview – What You Need to Know to Sell Globally

Taylor Little, U.S. Commercial Service

Reasons to Export

Export Readiness

Developing an Export Plan

Resources, Grants and Assistance

Resource Partner Pop-up Presentations

Kyla Brustin, NH SBDC

Adam Boltik, NH Office of International Trade

TBD, US Small Business Administration

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