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Founded by Stacey Egide in 2010, Andalou Naturals, a small business-exporter based in Novato, California, relies upon EXIM Bank to sell natural and organic products for skin, hair, and body care abroad. The.
Hoffman Equipment is a third-generation construction equipment company with deep ties to the New York metropolitan area. In 1920 Bill and Harry Hoffman purchased their first truck and founded Hoffman Motor.
Panel members: Sandra Donzella, EXIM Bank; Jeff Deiss, SBA; Tony Michalski and Maryavis Bokal, U.S. Commercial Service; Tracy Gerstle, International Trade
Administration With over $12 billion in exports in 2016, U.S. branded personal care and cosmetics are among the most highly desired brands in many overseas markets. Over the past five years, U.S. exports in the sector have grown at 5% to 6% annually. There is no envisioned end to this exponential growth, with another 1 billion new consumers coming online in emerging markets to create a $30 trillion consumer goods market by 2030. However, despite the promise of overseas markets, less than 1% of U.S. companies export, and of the companies that do export over 50% export to only one country even though firms that export tend to be more profitable and resilient during economic downturns.
If you are thinking about exporting, but not sure how to start join us!
If you currently export, but have not worked with the U.S. government, join us to learn about the range of services we offer to U.S. companies to grow their overseas markets; from trade and capital financing to export counseling to business partner vetting and financial assistance in attending trade shows. With over 100 offices in the U.S. and commercial officers posted in most countries overseas, the U.S. Department of Commerce partners with ICMAD and others to assist you with tailored assistance to grow your business!
A Two-Part Webinar Series
Part I: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm (EDT)
Part II. Wednesday, June 7, 2017 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm (EDT)
This EXIM Bank two-part webinar series is specifically aimed at minority and women owned businesses, including members of the Caribbean diaspora in the U.S. that are seeking opportunities to do business in the Caribbean region. Business and government officials in the region will also benefit from learning about the various programs and initiatives being offered by EXIM Bank and several other U.S. government international trade and investment agencies.