So how do you sell to China? Brazil?

Last year, President Obama announced the National Export Initiative with the aim of doubling U.S. exports by 2015.  America needs jobs and growing businesses through exports is a way for companies to build profits and hire more employees.  But how do small business begin selling to Chinese customers? Or Indonesians? Or Brazilian?  Experts at the Washington Post Live "Exporting for Growth" forum on October 17th will talk about how to go about marketing and delivering to foreign customers.

What incentives are being offered by the federal government?  What are the lessons learned by others who have succeeded in moving beyond the domestic consumer? Listen to practical advice for those interested in expanding exports -- or beginning them -- by watching this important forum on "Exporting for Growth." The discussion begins at 8:30 am on October 17th on washingtonpostlive.com.

Mary Jordan is a national correspondent for the Washington Post covering the 2016 presidential campaign. She served as the co-bureau chief of the Post’s London, Mexico and Tokyo bureaus, and was the head of content of Washington Post Live, which organizes forums and debates.

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