Monthly Archives: February 2010

Time to Go Global



By: Guest Blogger Doug from U.S. Commercial Service If you are reading this blog chances are you have a business idea or an actual product that will generate buyers in other countries. The good news is that today as never … Continue reading

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It’s Not What You Say, It’s What You Can Prove



By: Omari Wooden We all make mistakes or events are constantly changing in the world of exporting. You plan to ship your cargo on Friday, but it ends up going on Saturday. You file the wrong Schedule B number for milk. … Continue reading

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It’s getting better…



By: Rosanna Torres Technology has boosted over the past couple of years with advances that few of our grandparents ever imagined possible. We now have gadgets that pinpoint our exact locations by satellite, digital video recorders for your TV, motion detector … Continue reading

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A Mountain of Data



By: David Johnson Many of you know how important the big 2010 Decennial Census is, and how it’s just around the corner. The data collected will be used to make projections and aid budget decisions for the next ten years. Sometimes, … Continue reading

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