Category Archives: Press Releases

Discussing China’s rise to power and its impacts on global security, the global economy, and its own political system, Export Now CEO and former Ambassador Frank Lavin shares his thoughts on China’s evolving attitudes towards international relations. Also covered are his thoughts on Sec. John Kerry and Sec. Jack Lew’s recent official China visit, as […]
July 9 (Bloomberg) –- Export Now CEO Frank Lavin discusses the significance of the annual U.S.-China talks taking place in Beijing and what he thinks will be accomplished with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television’s “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg) Click here to see video of Frank Lavin’s comments to Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television
Chuck Todd, host of MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown, invites Export Now CEO Frank Lavin to discuss the visit to China by Sec. of State John Kerry, Treasury Sec. Jack Lew and other U.S. leaders, but Syria, cybersecurity and territory disputes may threaten consensus building.
Export Now has been featured in the news recently on both Businessweek, and China Daily. We are extremely proud to be at the forefront of small business expansion into China, the biggest market in the world, at present. Here’s what we’ve been up to behind the scenes lately. Bloomberg Businessweek: Small Business Lavin’s connections are […]
ABC World News BY DAVID MUIR (@DavidMuir), ERIC NOLL and ENJOLI FRANCIS May 15, 2012 In China, there is a hunger for all things American — and U.S. businesses, small and large, are taking note. According to the U.S.-China Business Council, the Chinese spent $104 billion in U.S. exports in the last year — up […]
Chinese online luxury shoppers can now buy beauty and food products by subscription. Bringing this sales technique to the Chinese e-commerce market, MyLuxBox.com sells subscriptions to patrons who receive a new box of luxury goods each month. MyLuxBox.com recently received attention from Tech in Asia for its offerings, which include a “beauty box” of high-end […]
American exports are expected to rise faster than imports over the next five years, with exports to China expected to grow at an annual rate of 7.1% according to an HSBC Bank forecast. Imports from China are expected to grow at a rate of 4.3%. Many cities and states are seeing exports grow at a […]