More than 96 percent of the world's consumers live outside of the U.S.
The middle class worldwide is projected to double by the year 2030, which will strengthen the demand for consumer goods throughout the world. Greater industrialization and infrastructure improvements in the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China) are driving the need for raw materials, services and technologies. Explore opportunities for your industry in global markets on this web site, or review the Country Commercial Guides published by the U.S. Commercial Service.
ITA works to improve the global business environment and helps U.S. organizations compete at home and abroad. The ITA fact sheet is especially helpful.
Food Export USA promotes the export of food and agricultural products from the United States. The organization has been helping exporters of northeast food and agricultural products sell their products overseas since 1973.
Operated by the U.S. Commercial Service, Export.gov is a comprehensive resource for export information. The site's Export Readiness Assessment is a valuable tool for determining whether your operation is equipped and ready to begin exporting.
A critical first step to expand your business is networking. The State of Delaware has fostered relationships with businesses and professional organizations and developed many friends overseas, and is eager to make introductions.