U.S. Commercial Service – Indiana

The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. It has trade professionals in over 100 U.S. cities and in more than 75 countries to help U.S. companies get started in exporting or to increase their sales to new global markets.

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Whether you’re looking to make your first export sale or expand to additional markets, they offer the expertise you need to connect with lucrative opportunities and increase your bottom line.

For example, they can help you develop an effective export strategy, operationalize your organization for exporting, and identify and qualify leads for potential buyers, distributors, joint venture partners, and licensees from both private and public sources.

The Indiana Office of the US Commercial Service works jointly with the Indiana District Export Council on trade promotion, education and to jointly host export informative events and webinars.  On a daily basis, trade specialists in the local office in Indiana work with exporters to optimize their export operations.  Here are a few topics they can help you with:

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  • Website Globalization
  • International Marketing
  • International Shipping
  • Market Research
  • Finding Contacts
  • Promoting Products in Foreign Markets
  • International Financial Strategies
  • Export Finance Resources
  • Export Documentation
  • Market Access – Tariff/Non-Tariff
  • Foreign Import Requirements
  • Foreign Standards
  • Trade Agreements (WTO, NAFTA, etc.)
  • Foreign Investments
  • Foreign Tariffs/Taxes
  • U.S. Export Regulations

To learn more about USCS services, email the Director of the Indiana Office of US Commercial Service, Mark Cooper at Mark.Cooper@trade.gov, or click here.