Does your business product or service have potential in an overseas market? Have you considered doing business globally? Exporting can be a means of substantially growing your business. The U.S. Small Business Administration's January VOICE online chat discussion will highlight exporting basics, as well as general SBA capital and credit programs for small-business owners.
SBA offers several loan programs to help small businesses expand or develop an export market. From 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. [ET] on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010, business owners can find out if they are ready for exporting, and learn more about how to get started.
Richard Ginsburg and Patrick E. Tunison, of SBA’s Office of International Trade, will co-host this month's Web Chat on “Small Business Exporting and Access to Credit.” For one hour, Ginsburg and Tunison will answer questions on how to grow a business through exporting.
SBA’s free monthly Web Chat series provides small-business owners with opportunities to discuss relevant business issues online with experts, industry leaders and successful entrepreneurs. Chat participants have direct, real-time access to the Web Chats via questions they submit online -- in advance and during the live session -- with instant answers.
Participants can join the live Web Chat by going online to http://www.sba.gov/, and clicking “Online Business Chat.” Web Chat participants may post questions before the Jan. 28th event by visiting http://bit.ly/SmallBizJan2010, and posting their questions online.
To review archives of past monthly Web Chats, visit online at http://bit.ly/WebChatArchives.
SOURCE: U.S. Small Business Administration
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