James Morrison

James Morrison, Ph.D. is the President of the Small Business Exporters Association (SBEA) of the United States, the oldest and largest nonprofit organization of small and medium-size exporting companies in the U.S.
A leader within the U.S. business community, SBEA handles international trade matters for the National Small Business Association, a federation representing 65,000 SME’s across all 50 U.S. states. Dr. Morrison was appointed by President George W. Bush to his Advisory Committee on Trade Policy and Negotiation (ACTPN), the U.S. government’s senior trade advisory panel, for a term ending in 2005. In this capacity, he provides the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative with advice on U.S. trade policies and specific trade agreements.
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Over 80% of U.S. exporters have fewer than 10 employees, and Jim M talks with Jim B about some of the current and perennial issues facing these companies, including finance, resources and trade agreements.
Jim M talks with Jim B about some of the recent progress being made in Congress to help small business exporters, including giving Ex Im Bank more direction to help small businesses. Jim M also talks about some real small business exporters, what they do and how they do it.
Jim M. joins Jim B. to talk about some of the 21st century export opportunities for small businesses, including a proposed new small business division at the Export/Import Bank, which helps small businesses finance exports.