North Carolina Department of Agriculture VISIT →
The NCDA International Trade Office helps bridge the gap between international buyers and North Carolina suppliers of agricultural commodities, value-added foods and forest products. NCDA develops new markets and expands existing markets for N.C. agriculture products, organizes trade shows and trade missions, identifies foreign buyers, presents N.C. products to overseas buyers and counsels N.C. firms on the export process. For additional information about assistance and resources provided by the NCDA & CS International Trade Office, visit www.ncagexports.com
North Carolina Port Authority VISIT →
The mission of the North Carolina State Ports Authority is “to enhance the economy of the State of North Carolina.” North Carolina’s Ports are recognized for self-sustaining operations, environmental stewardship, highly efficient workforce, satisfied customers, and modern, well-maintained facilities and equipment. Call (800) 334-0682 to learn more.
Small Business & Tech Development Center VISIT →
The SBTDC at UNC Wilmington is affiliated with the UNC-W Cameron School of Business. SBTDC’s experienced business advisory team offers confidential, in-depth business counseling to small- to mid-sized company business owners and management staff and to entrepreneurs preparing to launch their next venture. Register as an SBTDC client and begin working with them, call 910-962-3744, or email email@example.com to learn more.
United States Small Business Administration VISIT →
The SBA provides a wide variety of export-related services including counseling, training, and financing to support small business export opportunities. Visit the website for a complete listing of services.
United States Dept. of Commerce, International Trade Administration VISIT →
The Export Assistance Center offers a wide range of current industry and trade information to help exporters of U.S goods and services find the information they need to compete successfully in overseas markets. For additional information, contact the Stephanie Bethel, Senior International Trade Specialist, at 336-333-5345 or Stephanie.Bethel@trade.gov.
World Trade Center VISIT →
The WTC is a member-based organization which provides a wide variety of facilities and international trade services. WTCs provide up-to-date information about their respective regions, including local products and services, market conditions, government regulations and business culture. For additional information about the WTCA, call 212-432-2626.