Are you ready to expand your business into new markets? Use the resources below to identify opportunities you may not have considered.
This website is a clearinghouse for federal contracts. The database is searchable by agency, location and NAICS code. You can also search for contracts that are “set-aside” for small businesses and female-owned businesses.
Learn about the contracting process and the special qualifications you must meet in order to sell to the government.
There are a number of programs designed to help small businesses compete in the global market place, such as the Export Working Capital Program and the Ex-Im Bank Co-Guarantee Program. Learn about them here.
If you are interested in expanding internationally, contact one of Georgia’s international trade representatives. Located in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas, they can help you locate markets, identify potential business partners and help you adhere to local business practices.
Check this site for up-to-date news regarding international trade. You will also find information on international trade regulations, licenses you may need and international finance. Check under “Trade Events” for information on seminars and trade events sponsored by the U.S. government.