New eBook: The Basic Guide to Exporting for Small Businesses

Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Manager, SEO at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the Manager of SEO at Fundera. She has written extensively about small business finance, specializing in business lending, credit cards, and accounting solutions. Georgia has a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University.
Georgia McIntyre

Does your small business have the potential to go global?

If you’re a small business owner, you might have the perception that you don’t have any chance at exporting. A business that’s going overseas is assumed to be a large, multinational corporation.

But don’t let that stereotype fool you—your small business very well could have potential to export its goods and services.

And if you do manage to tap into an international market for your small business, it could have a huge impact on your sales, profit, and longevity of your business.

So if you are interested in bringing your business to the next level—and going international—our new eBook tells you what you need to know.

Here are a few things you’ll learn …

  • How many small businesses export
  • The benefits and costs of exporting your goods and services
  • How to tell if your business is ready to export
  • Tips to start exporting

DOWNLOAD “THE BASIC GUIDE TO EXPORTING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES” HERE

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Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Manager, SEO at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the Manager of SEO at Fundera. She has written extensively about small business finance, specializing in business lending, credit cards, and accounting solutions. Georgia has a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University.
Georgia McIntyre

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