Ever wonder how small businesses export and compete with multinationals? The Office of Export Promotion works with New Jersey’s small and mid-sized companies interested in expanding their products and services through export. Companies interested in global business activity can tap into a number of resources on business export planning available through NJBAC’s Export Promotion unit.
Most recently, the New Jersey Office of Export Promotion received the President’s E Star Award for Export Service during an award ceremony at the U.S. Department of Commerce headquarters in Washington, D.C. The E and E Star Awards are the Nation’s highest honor for export excellence. Created in 1961 through an Executive through an Executive Order by President John F. Kennedy, the awards afford suitable recognition to persons, firms, or organizations that contribute significantly in the effort to increase U.S. exports.
Research shows that businesses who export their goods and services have significantly greater growth potential. Entering into the Global Marketplace is easier than you think and our Global Business Advocates will be your guide to help you start your business’ export planning and navigate your way to international success through a variety of services. How can your small business export overseas? We can help with:
The New Jersey Office of Export Promotion administers the highly successful NJ State Trade Expansion Program (NJSTEP) grants through a competitively awarded grant with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The New Jersey Department of State’s successful NJSTEP program has been awarded funding for six consecutive years and has advised and assisted hundreds of businesses of the millions of dollars of export sales around the world. To learn if your business qualifies.
The New Jersey Office of Export Promotion also collaborates with universities and various organizations, like the U.S. Export Assistance Centers, in an effort to develop small businesses into new exporters and help existing small business exporters expand their markets through co-sponsored training and services.
For more information on U.S. exports and global business call our Business Helpline at 1-800-Jersey-7. You can also find out more about exporting through our new business-friendly resource center online at business.nj.gov, complete with a chatbot where we can help answer your questions.
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