Nebraska businesses make critical contributions to global trade and development. Small businesses play a major role in international trade by directly exporting products and services to foreign markets. However, small businesses face challenges when engaging in cross-border trade, such as limited exporting knowledge and challenges with understanding regulations. With support, Nebraska businesses can leverage international trade to expand revenues, enhance productivity, and drive economic growth.
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Animal Health protects producers and consumers, as well as the health of livestock in Nebraska, by enforcing rules and regulations governing eradication and control of certain livestock and poultry diseases.
Bio Nebraska is a non-profit, membership-based trade association with a diversified membership including entities from all segments of the bio-ecosystem.
The Export-Import Bank of the U.S. (EXIM) is the official export credit agency of the U.S supporting American created to support U.S. jobs through exports.
The Global Market Finder (GMF) is an interactive data visualization tool designed to help businesses learn more about products exported from the United States and their foreign destinations.
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s international trade team assists Nebraska businesses in entering new international markets and expanding sales in current export markets.
We work with small businesses who are keen on exploring global opportunities. We assist in identifying global markets and market entry strategies.
The mission of the Nebraska Agricultural Trade Office is to assist in the promotion of sales of Nebraska agricultural products and related goods to new and existing international markets.
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) encourages and promotes the interests of agriculture through advocacy and education. In addition, NDA regulates the agriculture industry to ensure the health and safety of all Nebraskans.
The Office of Commercial and Business Affairs works closely with the White House, the Department's regional and functional bureaus, other U.S. government agencies, and the private sector to promote entrepreneurship worldwide.
The Nebraska District Office connects entrepreneurs across the Cornhusker State with capital, counseling and contracting services, supporting a vast network of highly successful small business ventures, ranging from home-grown, self-employment operations to larger businesses of up to 500 employees.
State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) - Office of International Trade - Nebraska Department of Economic Development
The State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) helps increase the number of small businesses that export, and increases export value for those already doing so. This program is made possible by a grant DED received from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
CBP Trade facilitates legitimate trade, enforces law, and protects the American economy to ensure consumer safety and to create a level playing field for American businesses.
The U.S. Commercial Service is the lead trade promotion agency of the U.S. government. U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals in over 100 U.S. cities and more than 75 countries help U.S. companies get started in exporting or increase sales to new global markets.
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