United States exports are in high demand. Exporting opens up avenues for very attainable growth and stability for your business, and expands your personal horizon. When you begin exporting as a supplier in the global marketplace, you will gain a new perspective on world economies and your role in them.
Diversify on a global scale
When companies enter international markets, those with varied market portfolios are not only surviving, they are thriving thanks to their exporting. The risks involved are outweighed by the opportunities for success.
Catch the wave of emerging economies/markets
Establishing an early presence in an up and coming market gives you a strong, long-term position as the local economy matures. By getting in on the ground floor, you ultimately gain the benefit of becoming a familiar and trusted brand with proven staying power.
Satisfy expanding appetites
Global consumers are constantly looking for new tastes and innovations. U.S. food and agricultural exports enjoy a strong reputation of high-quality, safe, and consistent products, which translates into to high demand.
Faster growth, higher profits over time
Global population increases are a big factor for success in overseas markets. For example, according to the USDA, China’s middle class population is estimated to be four times the size of the entire U.S. population by 2030. These consumers have a growing disposable income and will continue to seek out U.S. products.
Why export? WUSATA encourages you to the take the leap! It’s true that the potential in exporting can be huge. It’s also true that the decision to go global is not an easy one to make, or something that should be taken lightly. Launching a successful exporting program requires due diligence by way of education, resources and connections, all of which WUSATA provides. Email or call WUSATA today at (360) 693-3373 to get started.
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