Trade & Exporting
Companies of all sizes can benefit from exporting their products to markets outside of the United States. Selling to international markets opens your business to the 96% of the world’s consumers located in other countries. These new markets and customers also diversify your customer base and improve your company’s ability to weather changes and seasonal variability in the domestic market.
When American companies sell internationally they benefit from the reputation of the U.S. for innovation, quality and honest business practices.
Before investing in the business of exporting it helps to gain a knowledge of trade fundamentals and opportunities. Our Global Team and partner agencies help companies develop international business plans and navigate trade issues with one-on-one counseling, assistance and training.
The agency attends and hosts booths at trade shows to provide opportunities for Oklahoma exporters to meet international buyers, distributors or representatives. By organizing trade missions and international trade shows, the Global Team reduces the cost to exhibit for Oklahoma companies and provides valuable business-to-business matchmaking opportunities.
Oklahoma-Mexico Trade Office
Gain invaluable insight and peace of mind when selling to one of Oklahoma’s largest export markets. Our Oklahoma-Mexico Trade Office helps Oklahoma companies identify export opportunities and sell their products and services to the Mexican market.
Our Global Team analyzes the exporting capabilities of individual Oklahoma companies to help them prepare to enter new markets or sell new products to known markets. We provide counseling on a variety of export issues, such as tariff and non-tariff trade barriers, financing, regulations, policies and standards, competitive factors, contracts and distribution practices.
For your no-cost consultation, contact the Global Team at 405-815-5136 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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There is no general license required to start or own a business, but some businesses and occupations may require licenses, permits, or registrations.