Category Archives: US Export

Penetrating a market as large as China means reaching beyond the most-popular retail districts in Shanghai and Beijing. While some global brands are building storefronts across scores of second- and third-tier cities, even the top brands have learned that e-commerce efficiently extends their marketing reach. Smaller companies have no choice. The cost of going online […]
John Bryson, the new US Secretary of Commerce, traveled to China earlier this month, accompanied by US Trade Representative Ron Kirk. Both attended a meeting for the US-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT). The meeting was also attended by Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan who represented China in the 22nd session of the […]
Washington Post reporter, Abha Bhattari, on Export Now’s one-of-a-kind solution and the advantages it offers small and medium size American companies. Click here to read, “‘Made in America,’ Shipped to China”:
Every business needs to know their customer. But the near-constant changes in Chinese Internet behavior can make understanding the Chinese online shopper a daunting task. Keeping these three facts in mind can help companies better understand the e-commerce landscape in China: 1.)  Female online shoppers outnumber males Although male internet users outnumber females 53%  to […]
A recent report by Credit Suisse analysts indicates that Apple Computers could generate an additional $18 per share and $68 billion from sales in emerging markets by 2015. It is the growing middle class in these markets that will fuel this robust growth. By 2015 244 million consumers in emerging markets will have incomes comparable […]
At Export Now, we make it possible for  businesses of any size to build a trade bridge to China. China is hot, and because of that, there are a number of resources out there for companies who want to make the leap into the world’s most talked about up-and-coming market.  The U.S.-China Business Council (USCBC) […]
Export Now founder Frank Lavin sounds off on the virtues of exporting during the recession.  Find the original post here on the Center for Strategic and International Studies Asia Policy Blog With the threat of a double-dip recession looming, many American businesses probably are not thinking about expanding into foreign markets. But in the fight […]