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Starting & Growing Business in New York State

The New York Empire State Development’s Small Business Division has put together a unified website collecting various New York State programs/services offered to New York small business to start-up or expand their small businesses. The site contains a 52-page guide to owning and operating a small business in New York State as well as a directory of New York State small business programs. There is also a link to discover more information about becoming a New York State government contractor and qualifying to bid on New York State government procurement contracts. Finally, the site links to various financing and lending programs offered by New York State government entities–and contains a searchable directory of alternative lenders in New York State catering to small businesses. www.erskine-law.com

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Basic Guide to Exporting and Export Business Planner

If your small business is interested in learning about exporting or wants to brush up on some export basics take a look at the export.gov’s A Basic Guide to Exporting. “For more than 70 years, A Basic Guide to Exporting has been the resource that businesses have turned to for answers to their questions about how to establish and grow overseas markets for their products and services.”–export.gov. The Guide concisely covers a number of export areas in separate chapters, including marketing, finding buyers, licensing, and the like. A more detailed guide, around 170 plus pages, called the Export Business Planner is published by the Small Business Administration. The Export Business Planner contains information on financing, marketing and business plan templates, as well as other worksheets. www.erskine-law.com

Daniel H. Erskine, an international attorney, practices in New York and Connecticut focusing on international law, civil litigation, appeals, and small business transactions. www.erskine-law.com Attorney Advertising; USE OR VIEWING OF THIS BLOG OR ANY OF THE WEB PAGES LINKED TO IT DOES NOT ESTABLISH OR OTHERWISE CONSTITUTE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP.

Doing Business Guides at export.gov

If you are looking for information on foreign countries to export your U.S. small business services or goods to check out the Country Commercial Guide also known as “Doing Business in” guides. “With information contained in the Guides you can learn about market conditions, purchasing power, consumer trends, distribution channels, navigating entry constraints, best sectors, key contacts and much more.” The guides also appear on a left side link after selecting a country from the list appearing on this site. www.erskine-law.com

Daniel H. Erskine, an international attorney, practices in New York and Connecticut focusing on international law, civil litigation, appeals, and small business transactions. www.erskine-law.com Attorney Advertising; USE OR VIEWING OF THIS BLOG OR ANY OF THE WEB PAGES LINKED TO IT DOES NOT ESTABLISH OR OTHERWISE CONSTITUTE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP.