Doug Barry writes about exporting to the fullest potential of your small business. » More
Director of Marketing and Communications for the U.S. Commercial Service, the global business solutions unit of the Department of Commerce. Doug has served as an international trade specialist focusing on Russia and the states of the former Soviet Union. His overseas assignments have included managing Commercial Service offices in Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand. He is editor of A Basic Guide to Exporting: The Official U.S. Government Resource for Small- and Mid-sized Business. Doug earned a doctorate from Columbia University and taught for many years at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization
Interviews with Doug Barry»See all
Most successful exporters are not immigrants. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to dispel the myth that most small exporters are immigrants, and to talk about the significant exporting support available from the government.
Constant learning leads to being innovative and successful exporting. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the traits of a successful exporter, including being a constant learner and converting what you learn into innovations.
As an American business, "Made in the USA" is a powerful exporting advantage. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the fact that most small businesses already possess most of what's needed to become an exporter, including "Made in the USA."