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    • U.S. Commercial Service Richard Corson Director East Michigan U.S. Export Assistance Center U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service February 7, 2013
    • U.S. Commercial Service The U.S. Commercial Service is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, an agency of the United States government. Our mission:  To promote the export of goods & services from the United States, particularly by small- and medium-sized businesses  To represent U.S. business interests internationally  To help U.S. businesses find qualified international partners
    • Our Network & What it Can Do for You  Trade specialists in over 100 U.S. cities and 70 countries worldwide... We can...    Locate international buyers, distributors & agents Provide expert help at every stage of the export process Help you to enter new markets faster and more profitably
    • Trade Counseling & Advocacy Our trade specialists in the U.S. work directly with our team of experts overseas in getting you all the information and advice that you need. We can help you: Determine Evaluate Identify the best markets for your products & services international competitors and comply with legal and regulatory issues Settle disputes Learn about cultural issues and business protocol
    • Market Research  Country Commercial Guides (CCGs)  Industry Sector Analyses (ISAs)  International Market Insight (IMIs)  Research on Foreign Markets Identifies:  Opportunities and Constraints Abroad  Potential Buyers and Customers U.S. Government provides:  Free of Charge Information for Businesses Attempting to Export Products
    • Gold Key Service  Pre-screened appointment schedule arranged for you before you travel overseas  Customized market and industry briefings with our local trade specialists  Timely and relevant market research  Post-meeting debriefing with our trade specialists and assistance in developing appropriate follow-up strategies  Help with travel, accommodations, interpreter service, and clerical support
    • International Partner Search 1. You provide your marketing materials and background on your company. 2. Then we use our network of international contacts to interview potential partners and provide you with a list of up to five pre-qualified partners.  Save valuable time and money by working only with pre-qualified international partners that are interested in selling your products and services.  Obtain high-quality market information on the marketability and sales potential for your products and services.  Get all this information in 15 days.
    • International Company Profile • A customized International Company Profile (ICP) on your potential business partners. • Researched and prepared by our international trade specialists and commercial officers • ICPs enable U.S. small and medium-sized businesses to more effectively evaluate overseas companies. • You’ll get detailed answers to your questions about the specific overseas companies in which you are interested — competitors, credit rating, profit and loss numbers, key officers, and our opinion on the overall viability of the firm in its market.
    • Single Company Promotions The Single Company Promotion service offers support and event facilities which will allow you to engage your target audience through:  Product  Sales launches seminars  Staff training  Networking receptions  Facilities available include exhibition halls,auditoriums, meeting rooms, hotels and even the residences of some US Ambassadors.
    • Commercial News USA  Monthly trade magazine that lists U.S. products and services  Distributed free to more than 400,000 buyers from around world  A proven track record of high-response rates and sales results  Why not advertise and increase your international sales..? Check out www.cnewsusa.com for more information.
    • Trade Missions & Trade Fairs • U.S. Department of Commerce Business Development Mission’s searchable trade events on our website http://www.export.gov/eac/trade_events.asp • International Buyer Program Bringing buyers to U.S. Trade Shows • U.S. Commercial Service’s Trade Fair Certification a cooperative arrangement between private sector trade show organizers and the U.S. government to increase U.S. exports Locally: • Automation Alley, MI Economic Development Corp. • Various Chambers of Commerce & Educational Institutions
    • Resources
    • U.S. Export Assistance Centers In Michigan • Detroit • Grand Rapids • East MI (Pontiac) 313-872-6791 616-458-3564 248-975-9600 http://www.buyusa.gov/greatlakes/offices.html
    • Websites for International Business     Schedule B (HS) – http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/schedules/b/ Market Research http://www.export.gov Trade Data http://www.dataweb.usitc.gov Tariff and Tax Information http://www.ita.doc.gov/td/tic/tariff/index.html
    • Websites for International Business     Trade Information Center http://www.trade.gov/td/tic License – Bureau of Industry & Security http://www.bis.doc.gov Sanctions - Foreign Assets Control – Country Restrictions http://www.treasury.gov Defense – Office of Defense Trade Control http://www.pmdtc.org
    • Websites for International Business      CIA World Fact Book http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html. U.S.Customs http://www.customs.gov Agriculture – U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Ag Service http://fas.usda.gov State Department http://travel.state.gov/travel_warning.html And when all else fails http://google.com
    • Richard Corson Director East Michigan U.S. Export Assistance Center 248.975.9604 richard.corson@trade.gov