Amber Road Launches Trade Wizards, a Free Cloud-based Portal for Global Trade

Posted by Annika Helmrich on January 17, 2012

Amber Road, a leading provider of Global Trade Management solutions, announces the launch of its latest trade compliance product, Trade Wizards. Trade Wizards is a suite of nine different research tools that helps companies import and export goods more quickly and affordably, while staying compliant with country specific trade regulations.

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Topics: Global Trade Management Software, Landed Cost Calculation, Global Sourcing, Export Management, Product Classification, Restricted Party Screening

Encouraged Bilateral Trade for Small to Mid-sized U.S.Companies to India

Posted by Annika Helmrich on March 23, 2010

According to American Shipper magazine, both the U.S. and Indian government have announced an incentive to encourage small to mid-sized companies to trade bilaterally between the two countries.

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Topics: Global Sourcing, Export Management, Sourcing Analysis

Global Trade Management & Trade Agreement News

Posted by Annika Helmrich on March 12, 2010

I have pulled together some recent articles on trade agreements and global trade management below. Enjoy!

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Topics: GTM Best Practices, Global Trade Management

Small Business Administration Supports Efforts For More Attention to Small Business Exports

Posted by Annika Helmrich on December 14, 2009

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cording to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Web site, it and the Small Business Administration are calling on the U.S. government to stimulate the economy and create jobs by increasing resources available to small and medium-sized businesses that are interested in engaging in international trade.

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Topics: Export Management, Global Trade Management

Office of U.S. Trade Representatives to Focus on Small to Mid-Size Business

Posted by Annika Helmrich on October 6, 2009

According to American Shipper magazine, The U.S. Trade Representatives (USTR) have asked the International Trade Commission this week to determine the size of small to mid-sized enterprises (SME) in export throughout the U.S.

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Topics: Export Management, Export Compliance

European Small To Mid-sized Enterprises Called To Be More Represented

Posted by Annika Helmrich on September 11, 2009

Mr. Leclercq, founder and publisher and Mr. Zednik, ceo, both of EurActiv.com published an article in the Wall Street Journal discussing the need for the European Commission and its members to acknowledge the difficulty for small to mid-size enterprises(SME) to expand and compete compared to large enterprises, and to show more commitment to help.

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Topics: Global Trade Management

Small to Mid-sized Companies Push Forward in Export Despite of Recession

Posted by Annika Helmrich on August 6, 2009

According to American Shipper magazine, many government officials believe the small to mid-sized companies will be in the forefront of the United States' economic recovery, particularly with several federal programs to assist their export efforts.

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Topics: Global Trade Management Software, Export Management, Global Trade Management, Export Compliance

Global Trade Sours Dairy Farming

Posted by Annika Helmrich on August 3, 2009

Global trade and among other things have hurt the Dairy Farm industry, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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Topics: Export Management

International Trade Isn't Just for Large Companies

Posted by Annika Helmrich on July 21, 2009

A recent article, The Idea Of Trading Internationally Can Seem Intimidating. Only The Big Players Do It, Right?, gave me the idea for this blog post. By either offering a small niche product or wanting to expand profit, stepping into an international market can be rewarding. Each situation offers the ability to market to a larger audience and gain more exposure for your business.

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Topics: Global Trade Management Software, Export Management, Global Trade Management, Export Compliance

Aid for Trade

Posted by Annika Helmrich on July 14, 2009

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lthough it's debated on whether the world economy is actually growing again or if we are still in a recession, but one thing is clear, countries are still in need of aid in its trade.

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Topics: Global Trade Management

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