Webinar: Take Your Business Global with help from SBA
Businesses that trade are more resilient. Ninety-five percent of the world’s consumers and two-thirds of all purchasing power are located outside the United States. Nearly 98 percent of American exporters are small businesses accounting for a third of the United States’ $2.2 trillion in export value. The Small Business Administration (SBA) helps small business owners and entrepreneurs participate in this $46 trillion global trade economy.
In this session you will:
- Get the latest information on the CARES Act and learn about SBA’s new Fast Track Service for exporters and businesses in the global supply chain.
- Learn about SBA’s State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grants to help businesses reach new customers overseas, and more.
by SBA Office of International Trade | International@SBA.gov
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