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

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

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal

October 5, 2015 will be remembered as a day when the United States and other 11 Pacific Rim nations reached final agreement on the largest regional trade accord in history – the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP.) The countries … Continue reading