Helping Firms Grow By Going Global
Greater Philadelphia has a wealth of resources available to firms that are looking to expand their business by going global. Federal, state, and local agencies, economic development organizations, nonprofits, and small business development centers are among those providing critical supports.
GETTING STARTED: SMALL BUSINESS RESOURCES
READY TO EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS BY SELLING TO THE WORLD?
Export Service Providers
World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia >> Assists companies and organizations in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey in the development and management of all aspects of international business
World Trade Center Delaware >> Assists companies and organizations in Delaware in the development and management of all aspects of international business
Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center >> Assists small and mid-sized manufacturers in southeastern Philadelphia through consulting services, training and education, and executive network groups
U.S. Commercial Service >> Provides customized solutions that enable Greater Philadelphia companies to sell U.S. made products and services internationally
U.S. Export Assistance Centers >> Staffed by professionals from the SBA, the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Export-Import Bank, and other public and private organizations who provide assistance to firms entering the global marketplace
Export-Import Bank of the United States >> Provides small businesses with export credit insurance, working capital loan guarantees, and foreign buyer financing
Want to learn more about the Global Cities Initiative?
Global Cities Initiative >> The Global Cities Initiative is a joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase designed to help metropolitan leaders advance and grow their regional economies by strengthening international connections and competitiveness on key economic indicators such as advanced manufacturing, exports, foreign direct investment, and traded sectors.