The organizations below benefit from a valuable connection to NASBITE International which serves as a connection point between Education, Government and Industry.
Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBERs)
The Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBERs) were created by Congress to increase and promote the nation’s capacity for international understanding and competitiveness. There are 15 nationally designated Centers administered by the U.S. Department of Education, located at Brigham Young University, Florida International University, George Washington University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, Indiana University, Loyola Marymount University, Michigan State University, San Diego State University, Temple University, Texas A&M University, University of Colorado Denver, University of Maryland, University of South Carolina, and, University of Washington. Learn more at http://us-ciberweb.org.
Kompass North America
Kompass boosts business development with EasyBusiness. Whether a large corporation or small business that wants to develop its local market or to export its know-how abroad, Kompass puts a unique worldwide database at its clients’ fingertips with its prospecting assistance tools and direct marketing solutions. Market analysis, sales mapping, targeting, internal database optimization, preparation of prospecting files, mailing, emailing. Kompass can support its clients’ marketing and sales goals at each stage of their business development. https://us.solutions.kompass.com/m/easybusiness/
Starting to export is like starting a company all over again. All decisions are on the table, and many things must be done from scratch. When an established company sets out on a journey to enter a new market, it’s facing some of the same decisions that face an early start-up. As an export advisor, you might find yourself getting many questions from clients about tariffs, compliances, or other legal and technical issues. However –as you know– there is much more to export and internationalization than the legal side. The start-up company is making decisions for the first time about its products and services, how to build customer relations, who to partner with, how much to invest, etc. For the export company, it’s the same — because all decisions that were made for the business in the home market are now on the table again.”When going to new markets you must consider everything related to new markets” – to paraphrase the Chinese philosopher Sun Tsu in The Art of War. For the purpose of being prepared, it helps to have a checklist of areas where decisions and actions are needed (and where they can wait). GrowthWheel is such a checklist. For more information go to: www.growthwheel.com
U.S. Department of Commerce
The mission of the Department is to create the conditions for economic growth and opportunity. The U.S. Department of Commerce promotes job creation and economic growth by ensuring fair and reciprocal trade, providing the data necessary to support commerce and constitutional democracy, and fostering innovation by setting standards and conducting foundational research and development. Through its diverse bureaus and nearly 47,000 employees located in every state and territory and more than 86 countries, the Department of Commerce works to provide U.S. based companies and entrepreneurs invaluable tools through programs such as the Decennial Census, the National Weather Service, NOAA Fisheries, and the Foreign Commercial Service. Among many other functions, the Department helps negotiate bilateral free and fair trade, enforces laws that ensure a level playing field for American businesses, and oversees ocean and coastal navigation. Learn more: https://www.commerce.gov/
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NASBITE International’s Partnership Program offers enhanced engagement and exposure: reach and network with thousands of Certified Global Business Professionals (CGBPs), trade educators, trade support specialists and global exporters through a year-round partnership with NASBITE.
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NASBITE’s Partnership Program offers multiple levels of engagement, which include some or all of the following benefits:
- Private Focus Group Sessions at Annual Conference
- Keynote Presentation or Introduction at Annual Conference
- Annual Conference and National Small Business Exporters Forum sponsorship benefits
- Full-year Membership with NASBITE International
- Participation in an exclusive NASBITE Partnership Council
- Complimentary exam fees for qualified CGBP exam candidates
- Year-round, customized “Partner Profile” on the NASBITE website, with logo, description, and hyperlink to your website
- Presentation of one or more educational webinars, professionally coordinated, promoted and facilitated by NASBITE and open to all interested parties
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- Complimentary Annual Conference registrations
- Annual Conference Tabletop exhibit
- Pre – and Post – Conference attendee list
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