MBDA Business Centers Provide Technical Expertise Helping Minority Business Entrepreneurs Reach Success
Created on November 6, 2014
For more than four decades, the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) has led Federal Government efforts to provide focused support to minority businesses enterprises (MBEs), which are increasingly critical contributors to the U.S. economy.
With an eco-system of 44 MBDA Business Centers located across the U.S. and in Puerto Rico, the Agency’s national programs and initiatives provide increased access to contracts, capital and markets. Although the centers are strategically located in areas with the largest number of MBEs, there are no geographical boundaries for service delivery, which allows MBDA clients, regardless of their location, to seek services from any MBDA Business Center.
Created on November 5, 2014
A Strong Commitment to Investors
Please join us for the SelectUSA 2015 Investment Summit from March 23-24 in Washington, D.C.
President Barack Obama and Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker have made it clear that the United States is “open for business” and warmly welcomes foreign investors to operate in our transparent, stable and open market.
SelectUSA provides world-class services for international firms of all sizes as they consider investing in the United States.
Building on Success – The SelectUSA 2015 Investment Summit
The SelectUSA 2015 Investment Summit will bring together key players to help investors learn about the incredibly diverse opportunities across the country – all in one building. The 2015 Investment Summit aims to build on the success of the 2013 Summit.
Created on November 3, 2014
Join the U.S. Commercial Service, the Minnesota District Export Council & Life Science Alley at the premier health-focused export event of the year!
At DISCOVER GLOBAL MARKETS: Healthcare & Life Sciences you will have the opportunity to learn about global healthcare opportunities and industry atmosphere through private consultation with U.S. Commercial Service Senior Commercial Officers specializing in healthcare from the following countries:
Created on October 31, 2014
With two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power in foreign countries, exporting represents a big opportunity to tap in to new markets, expand your customer base, and grow your business.
However, getting started with exporting can sometimes feel like a complex maze of regulations, policies, and other barriers. To help small businesses understand how to overcome these barriers and prepare to sell internationally, the federal government has several free training and educational resources that enable entrepreneurs to chart the path to exporting success.