As industry competition rises, more and more SME businesses are turning to the global markets, contributing vast resources and efforts to implementing strong export business plans.  Is your business keeping up with these forward thinking companies?  After dabbling in the export market arena via unsolicited export orders, many manufacturing firms are evaluating their global market potential and are creating small- and large-scale business plans to take advantage of their export business growth.

Why export?

Manufacturing companies are looking to broaden their scope of business, create new avenues for profits, and gain market share in their given trades.  Executed intentionally and tactically, a business plan that includes a development plan for exporting goods can augment corporate sales, create more jobs, and increase the overall profits of the organization.  This not only contributes to internal business growth, but also helps national economies grow and expand.

Is Exporting included in your 2019 Strategic Plan?

Considering commercial expansion through a strategic product exportation plan can prove to be an invaluable move to a company’s future.  That being said, deciding to secure export working capital can be a daunting undertaking, even to the most seasoned business professional.  By partnering with a credible, SBA-savvy lender, however, business owners can feel at ease with the process of securing capital for their company’s development.  Teaming with the ‘right’ bank will facilitate the acquisition of funds and create a seamless portal for companies to manage and mitigate their risk.