International Trade

International trade


Do you want to have a global market for a Georgia based product or service?  Our International Trade Center can give you the information to take the world market by storm or localize with just one other country.

Our consultants can help:
  • Determine the exportability of your products or services

  • Identify appropriate markets and buyers

  • Develop market entry strategies

  • Establish shipping and distribution networks

  • Determine appropriate payment methods and identify export financing and insurance needs

We work closely with other government agencies, including the Georgia Department of Economic Development; the U.S. Department of Commerce; and the U.S. Small Business Administration. Our international trade experts give Georgia business owners an edge in exporting. 

Meet the people of the International Trade Center.

View our Current Training Programs.

Click here for a map to the International Trade Center.

Thinking Export…? UGA’s ExportGA can help you do it!

The University of Georgia’s ExportGA program is totally focused on helping its participants generate real international sales. It is a unique approach to export development, that not only teaches companies how to take advantage of business opportunities abroad, but also will actually help them do it at the same time. Since 1999, ExportGA has helped 50 companies sell in excess of $25 million all over the world. Click here to read more.

Client success stories


"We knew all we needed to know as domestic distributors, but we had no direct knowledge of the foreign customer," says Nut Tree Pecan’s Francis "Putt" Wetherbee, who attended the Georgia SBDC’s ExportGA class and found "it was a great experience."

- Francis "Putt" Wetherbee, president


With the assistance of the SBA and GA SBDC, success came quickly for Jeffrey Manley and Jusak Bernhard, so fast it made their TailsSpin

- Jeffrey Manley and Jusak Bernhard

News Releases

  • October 2nd, 2014

    Small Business Owners: Make your voice heard!

    The Atlanta Fed, in partnership with the Cleveland, New York, and Philadelphia Federal Reserve Banks, is conducting a survey of small business owners/managers. They want to hear from you about the current business climate, your financing needs and credit experiences.

    Take the Survery

  • September 17th, 2014

    SBA Veterans Incentive Program

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  • August 25th, 2014

    National Preparedness Month

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  • July 10th, 2014

    The Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank takes a look at small business lending

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  • May 2th, 2014

    Register for National Small Business Week Webinars

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  • April 29th, 2014

    Small Business Award Winners

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