Did you know that service exports comprise 1/3 of total U.S. exports?
Most people think of exporting as selling hard goods overseas. What is less well understood is U.S. expertise in services, from high tech to construction, engineering and architecture, is in high demand worldwide.
Learn how government resources can help your business sell services internationally!
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Senior International Trade Specialist with the U.S. Department of Commerce
Her specific portfolio includes Environmental Technologies and the Travel and Tourism industries, and is responsible for promoting U.S. exports and protecting American business interests abroad.
Jolanta also is a core member of the US Commercial Service’s Global Environmental, and Travel and Tourism teams. Prior to joining the U.S. Commercial Service, Jolanta worked in DOC, International Trade Administration, Office of Travel and Tourism Industries as a Program Analyst for the tourism industry.
Western Managing Director of EXIM Bank
David Josephson is the director of four EXIM offices on the West Coast, covering eleven Western States, and providing exporters in the region a direct path to EXIM for credit insurance, loan guarantees, and foreign buyer finance.
A career international banker, Josephson headed international banking offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, London, and Rio de Janeiro; and provided merchant banking and international commercial banking services to clients in private enterprise, global banking, and foreign governments.