Entrepreneurs and businesses that export achieve higher returns than those who focus on their domestic market! Yet, not enough women take their business global. In the United States, only about 7% of women entrepreneurs are involved in international trade. We encourage women entrepreneurs to remember that their next big opportunity and path to growth could come from anywhere in the world. Using the three T’s – Trade Agreements, Trade Financing & Technology – our blog series, provides tips and resources to help entrepreneurs take their business global. Read More
It pays to develop a corporate culture of compliance. A corporate culture of compliance signals that the company aims to comply with relevant laws and regulations and can therefore lead to drastically reduced penalties even in the event of a violation. Read More
In today’s globalized economy your next business opportunity could be located anywhere in the world. Trade Agreements, Trade Financing, and Technology provide the doors for small businesses to take advantage of these international business opportunities. Read More
The WTO Public Forum 2014 aims to tell the human story behind trade - Why Trade Matters to Everyone. Trade matters to everyone because this is the means by which businesses and governments generate revenue and consumers obtain the goods and services that they seek. Read More
The 2014 Annual Global Services Summit recognizes the role of services in today's global economy. The annual one-day event convenes senior trade officials, policy makers, and business leaders from around the world to discuss issues related to international trade in services. In honor of this summit, this post discusses the key role of services in today’s global economy. Read More
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