Business Oregon partners with federal, state and local agencies as well as non-profit partners to help make sure that Oregon businesses have access to all the tools and services required to succeed in the global marketplace.
- Business Oregon is your local contact for information about Export Credit Insurance and Export Working Capital available through the Export-Import Bank. Contact Alexa Hamilton to learn more about how these and other financial resources can help you grow your export sales.
- The Softwood Export Council promotes global sales of primary and secondary softwood products with financial resources to support trade shows and trade missions abroad. Business Oregon lines up qualified Oregon exporters with these opportunities. Contact Dana Shannon to learn about upcoming activities and how to participate.
- The US Commercial Service/US Export Assistance Center provides one-on-one counseling and educational opportunities as well as access to its global network of commercial officers and analysts in virtually any market around the world.
- Business Oregon coordinates with sister agencies on a variety of trade-related issues and matters of common interest. The Department of Agriculture promotes Oregon's food and agricultural products overseas. Travel Oregon supports tourism in our great state, including the attraction of visitors from abroad. The Port of Portland is critical to Oregon's trade activity by virtue of its marine, air and rail terminals.
- Oregon's export potential is enhanced by the active participation of cultural and business organizations committed to growing and strengthening international ties. Business Oregon works closely with these groups, including: Japan External Trade Organization, U.S.-Saudia Arabia Business Council, NW China Business Council and others.