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Created on July 11, 2013   What is the IBP? The International Buyer Program (IBP) is a joint government-industry effort designed to increase U.S. export sales by promoting international attendance at major U.S. industry exhibitions. Through the IBP, the Department of Commerce recognizes leading U.S. trade shows in industries with high export potential.

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Created on July 10, 2013   Join the first global webinar on July 24th! MBDA has partnered with the International Trade Administration (ITA) to offer a global webinar series. We invite you to take a closer look at exporting, increase your knowledge of various export markets, and learn how to leverage the resources of the federal government. The 2013 Global Webinar Series’ topics include:

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Created on July 10, 2013   Jorge Lozano said he arrived in America from his native Bolivia when he was 10 years old with a suitcase full of clothes and pocket full of dreams. Today, 50 years later, Lozano is the President and CEO of Condortech Services, Inc., an integrated security solutions company that protects over $1.8 billion in assets in Washington, D.C.

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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 U.S. Government has loans, insurance and grant programs to help you become an exporter or expand your exporting business. Here are four different types of financing programs: Export Development and Working Capital Financing

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