Doug Barry

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More exporting information is coming from the government. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to report on his new assignment as the manager of the U.S. Commercial Service's export content curation project.
Developing a thought-leadership strategy. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the power of a though-leadership strategy that shares enough information without compromising your intellectual property.
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."
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.
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.
The U.S. has 20 free trade agreements. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the free trade agreements the U.S. has with 20 countries and why we need more.
It's not easy to negotiate a free trade agreement. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to explain how many moving parts there are in negotiating a free trade agreement and why getting one done takes a long time.
America's small businesses should take advantage of free trade agreements. Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to reveal a new resource that will help small businesses benefit from the 20 free trade agreements, especially in the western hemisphere.
Does your website encourage foreign customers? Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how you can attract foreign buyers by merely making adjustments to your website.
Can international customers find you online? Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to offer tips to prepare small businesses for international customers, including making your business easy accessible online.