- New Presentation: WHAT TO DO WHEN THE U.S. MARKET IS NOT GROWING? The steps to expand into International MarketsSeptember 13, 2011
- New Special Report Issued,
"Exporting = Profits"; "How to Apply Four Exporting Principles to Improve Your Bottom Line" September 15, 2009
"Today, more than 70 percent of the world's purchasing power is outside the borders of the United States, a reality that represents tremendous opportunities for U.S. businesses."
Carlos M. Gutierrez, Former US Secretary of Commerce
In today’s world, where over 70% of global purchasing power is outside of the United States, it is essential that companies recognize that their future opportunities for growth in sales and profitability reside in markets beyond traditional US borders. In years past, US companies have looked at exporting to foreign markets as an ‘add-on’ to their core business, focusing on competition and growth in the United States as their primary market. Instead, given the growing importance of consumers and markets outside of the US, it is becoming increasingly obvious that exporting should be a core component of any business, not just a convenient addition to its bottom line. Anecdotal evidence suggests that many companies that export receive roughly a third of their business
from outside the US, indicating that there are great business benefits to be reaped by exporting.
MPE International focuses on helping new-to-export and experienced companies develop export market opportunities into profitable sales of their products. MPE International specializes in developing international markets for our clients, ranging from becoming the export arm for the client and handling the marketing, sales, customer service, export documentation and freight forwarding functions to working with the client’s team to develop in-house export marketing and customer service capabilities.