Exporting & Importing — DMG Capital Management

Exporting & Importing

Take Your Business Global: Where will your next customer come from? Small businesses looking to increase sales and profit are taking their businesses global. Nearly 96 percent of consumers and over two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power reside outside the U.S.

There are many good reasons to export: reduced dependence on the domestic market; diversified sources of revenue; extended sales potential and product shelf life of existing products; and stabilized seasonal markets and sales fluctuations, to name a few.

SBA provides counseling, training and financing to support small business export opportunities.

  • Many exported and imported products are regulated by federal agencies. If you export or import the following types of products, you may be required to obtain specific licenses and permits or complete additional paperwork: On This…
  • Importing goods and services is a unique way to fulfill recognized needs in the U.S. and can help you open new doors for your business. However, there are stringent rules and regulations governing importing, and doing so without…
  • What are Trade Agreements? Trade between the U.S. and other countries is regulated through bilateral investment treaties and free trade agreements. A free trade agreement is a pact between two or more countries to eliminate tariff…
  • Doing business internationally may seem overwhelming at first. However, there are a number of government programs that offer training, counseling, and financial assistance to small businesses wanting to export their products and…
  • Start at www.export.gov/begin Small businesses looking to increase sales and profit, reduce dependence on the domestic market and stabilize seasonal fluctuations should consider exporting. Nearly 96 percent of consumers live…
  • Many small businesses think they are too small to compete in the world market. In fact, 97 percent of all exporters are small businesses. The federal government has loans, insurance and grant programs to help you become an exporter…
  • Fast and easy loans for small exporters Small business exporters are taking advantage of the world market and selling billions of dollars of goods and services overseas every year. In fact, 70% of all exporters have fewer than 20…
  • SBA’s Role in Export Financing Most banks in the U.S. do not provide working capital advances on export orders, export receivables or letters of credit. Because of that, some small businesses may lack necessary export…
  • The following list contains lenders participating in the Export Working Capital Program (EWCP) for the 2010 Fiscal Year. Alabama Red Mountain Bank Natl Assoc 5 Inverness Center Pkwy Birmingham, AL 35242 Arkansas Warren…
  • The following list contains lenders participating in the International Trade Loan Program for the 2010 Fiscal Year. New Jersey Cornerstone Bank 253 W Main St Moorestown, NJ 8057 Rhode Island Freedom National Bank 584…
  • The following list contains lenders participating in the Export Express Program for the 2010 Fiscal Year. California California Bank & Trust 11622 El Camino Real, Ste 200 San Diego, CA 92130 Center Bank 360 14th St…
  • The following list contains lenders participating in the Co-Guarantee Program for the 2010 Fiscal Year. Alabama Regions Bank 1900 5th Ave North Birmingham, AL 35203 Connecticut People’s United Bank 850 Main St…