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Lendistry has partnered with the ITA to provide resources about overseas expansion for Small Businesses.

Small Business Without Borders

Small business owners looking to grow their businesses should consider going global. By widening the customer base outside U.S. borders, exporting overseas increases revenue and competitiveness.

Benefits of Exporting for Small Businesses

  • Over 95% of the world’s customers are outside the U.S.
  • A global range of customers maintains stability when local markets fluctuate
  • Ecommerce makes it easy to export
  • Support greater job creation in local communities

Resources for Small Businesses Looking to Export

Fast, flexible financing from Lendistry helps provide small businesses with capital they need to start exporting.

  • Increase inventory
  • Hire employees
  • Build or improve ecommerce tools
  • Implement marketing strategies
  • … and more!

Ask the ITA

What products are best for exporting? What are the requirements for international shipping? How do small businesses get started? The International Trade Administration (ITA) has resources and guidance for businesses ready to export.

About the International Trade Administration
The International Trade Administration (ITA) at the U.S. Department of Commerce is the premier resource for American companies competing in the global marketplace. Through its U.S. Commercial Service, ITA has more than 2,200 employees assisting U.S. exporters in more than 100 U.S. cities and 80 markets worldwide. ITA’s Global Diversity Export Initiative leverages its global network to help diverse businesses in underserved communities succeed at exporting.