Small and Medium-Sized Companies in the Focus of Exporting News

Small and medium-sized exporting companies had several reasons for good spirit in the last couple of weeks – especially Trans-Pacific Partnership and Export-Import Bank supporters. The final agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) got a substantial coverage across the news, as … Continue reading

WIPP Signs Strategic Partnership with International Trade Administration on Exporting Initiatives

Earlier today, WIPP joined Assistant Secretary Jadotte at the U.S. Department of Commerce to announce a new partnership to increase awareness about exporting in the U.S. business community. Women Impacting Public Policy’s (WIPP) new strategic partnership with Commerce’s International Trade … Continue reading

It’s Time to Lift America’s Ban On Crude Oil Exports

by Barbara Kasoff, WIPP President Since the start of the year, a surprising amount of support on both sides of the aisle to remove the ban on crude oil exports has emerged. Is this a sign that we are entering … Continue reading

Writing YOUR Success Story

By Linda McMahon, SBA Administrator Once upon a time…. It’s the classic opening to our favorite fairy tales. As children we dream of magic potions and knights in shining armor that will provide our happily ever after. How were we to … Continue reading

Federal Contractor, The Boeing Company, Shares Tips with WIPP on Subcontracting

Interview with Boeing Supplier Diversity Manager, Champagne Bell. Tell us a little about The Boeing Company. Champagne Bell: Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space, and security systems. As a top … Continue reading

Trade Agreements: Path to Prosperity

      By Ashley E. Mergen Senior Manager, International IP Policy Global Intellectual Property Center | U.S. Chamber of Commerce   With the all the hysteria flying left and right in this election cycle, it’s no wonder folks are second-guessing … Continue reading