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Export Assistance Center

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The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion unit of the International Trade Administration.

U.S. Commercial Service trade specialists in 107 U.S. cities and in more than 80 countries work with your company to help you get started in exporting or increase your sales to new global markets. Our services include:

  • World class market research
  • Trade events that promote your product or service to qualified buyers
  • Introductions to qualified buyers and distributors
  • Counseling and advocacy through every step of the export process

To learn more about how the U.S. Commercial Service can help your company export, contact a U.S. Export Assistance Center near your or call 1-800-USA-TRAD(E).

The U.S. Commercial Service uses Export.gov, the U.S. Government’s export portal, as its main online resource for exporting clients. For market research, trade events, trade leads, and information on how to export, please visit Export.gov.

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