Get the Help You Need to Reach International Markets

Here’s how I solved 90% of my import/export challenges

Nicole Snow of Darn Good Yarn opening a box of yarn

Nicole Snow, owner of Darn Good Yarn, explains how she expanded in global markets. She uses FedEx Trade Networks to see how she can distribute globally. With FedEx® brokerage services, she receives help with the import/export process. Watch the video to see more insights into exporting for your small business.

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Tell the world you’re open for business


Looking for reasons to go global? The fact that 95% of the world’s consumers are outside the U.S. is a great place to start. But if you’re still not convinced, we’ve got resources, insights, and statistics to show you why the next best step for your business could be selling internationally.

See why you should go global

Your guide to global


Need help navigating the international marketplace? Check out our handy comprehensive export guide. This road map can help you start your small-business export journey from start to finish.

Map out your success

Are you global-ready?


Before you expand to new markets, make sure your business is prepared. Here are five steps to get ready to export:

  1. Evaluate your business
  2. Get familiar with international markets
  3. Choose where you’re going
  4. Manage your finances
  5. Find international help with our export road map

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You’ll need help


Take advantage of international resources, many of them free, to succeed globally. Check out the educational events and webinars from FedEx, and learn to prepare international shipments online. Choose markets wisely with help from our country-specific fact sheets. Connect to trade organizations and government agencies that are committed to helping people like you. And get answers to some of the common questions small-business owners ask when they’re thinking about expanding internationally.

Check out the resources

International shipping: 7 easy tips


Discover how easy global trade can be with seven simple tips and instructions:

  1. Check shipping regulations of the destination country
  2. Prepare your customs documents
  3. Determine your broker
  4. Pick the best service for your needs
  5. Get started shipping
  6. Track your shipment online, anytime
  7. Find more information on going global

Show me how

How does your state stack up?


You can learn a lot from neighboring businesses — especially from their export practices. Find out how many businesses in your state are exporting and where most of the exports are going.

See the stats

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Attend events with international experts

Support your export education with seminars and other events near you.

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