Wondering What Your U.S. Representatives are Doing for Small Business?

Posted Posted in Committee on small business and entrepreneurship, House of Representatives, small business, United States government

Keep tabs on pending and proposed legislation before the U.S. House of Representatives. The House Committee on Small Business is chaired by the Representative from New York. The site contains reports, statements, press releases, and a newsletter. http://www.house.gov/smbiz/ Daniel H. Erskine, an international attorney, practices in New York and Connecticut focusing on international law, civil […]

Interested in What the Senate Thinks About Small Business?

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Both Senate Democrats and Republicans operate websites about issues appearing before the Senate committee on small business and entrepreneurship. The sites post pending legislation and summaries of laws being considered by the committee. Also posted are hearing and round table discussions and documents. The Democratic site is at http://sbc.senate.gov/index.cfm and the Republican site is at […]

Looking to Export?

Posted Posted in Committee on small business and entrepreneurship, compliance, export, export controls, logistics, marketing, slaes, small business, trade, trading with foreign country, US commercial service

One site you might want to take a look at before exporting your goods from the US to a foreign nation is http://www.export.gov/ Explore the site and its information pertaining to Sales and Marketing, Logistics, and Trade Leads. The site may prove useful in giving a small business owner a basic overview of the process […]