“‘Made in the USA’ doesn’t have to mean just selling in the
According to the survey, 66 percent of small businesses don’t offer services or products internationally. This number doesn’t square with the fact that “revenue growth” (75 percent) and “attracting new customers” (64 percent) are the top two priorities for those same small businesses - priorities many companies could address by tapping international markets.
“Not every small business has an opportunity to achieve success internationally, but it’s likely that many viable candidates are leaving money on the table,” added Leavitt. “With the ability to expand globally using business technology in the cloud and by leveraging partners, we expect to see more businesses test the waters in the coming years.”
Exact polled more than 300 U.S. small businesses in
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