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Consulting program provides support for businesses looking toward global expansion
By Samantha Foley /
July 27, 2020

The Maryland Global Export Consulting Program is once again returning to help businesses expand towards and reach international markets through global consulting assistance. 

The program was launched in 2016 through a partnership between the Maryland Department of Commerce and the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business. The program aims to provide global consulting to Maryland companies looking to gain expertise in international expansion and global business strategies. 

The Maryland Global Export Consulting Program gives local businesses a chance to tap into services and support provided by the students and faculty of the Smith School's Center for Global Business, as well as staff from Maryland Commerce's Office of International Investment and Trade. This opportunity is an especially important asset to keeping up with global expansion goals and challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The partnership program between the Maryland Department of Commerce and the Smith School will help to encourage global growth in a time where international expansion has become more challenging,” said Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly M. Schulz. “This opportunity can help make these goals attainable and aid in Maryland’s economic development locally and across the globe.” 

For more information on the program, timeline, eligibility, and the application process, click here. Or please contact: Paul Beatty (Maryland Department of Commerce) or (410) 533-3282. 


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