Advantages and Challenges of Exporting

U.S. Market Notes

Increasing your sales into the U.S. market is a great way to significantly grow your business whether you’re targeting businesses (B2B) or individuals (B2C).
However, even for a great product with established sales, it’s difficult to further grow into competitive sectors in the U.S. markets.
A high-quality product or cheap prices alone are not enough to drive additional sales in the U.S.
To stand out from more establishment brands, companies must focus on communicating what makes their products different to create value.  This communication can best be done by knowledgeable and established U.S. based independent Representatives.

Important Note on intellectual property rights

On a typical day, the U.S. Customs and Border Protections (CBP) seizes about $3 million worth of products because of intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Violations. CBP reported that the total number of IPR seizures has increases roughly nine (9) percent every year.

Government Enforcement

Products that infringe U.S. trademarks and copy rights threaten the health and safety of American consumers and pose risks to our economy and our national security. CBP takes IPR violations profoundly serious. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) workforce, average 450 arrests, 300 indictments, with 250 convictions related to intellectual property crimes annually.

More Than the Product

IPR violations are not limited to the product itself, if any component of the product violates.

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