95% of the population lives outside the United States.

The lists below can help companies begin the process. THE CONTACTS:

Paul Bergman―Director of the U. S. Export Assistance Center in Denver

Email: pbergman@mail.doc.gov

Phone: 303-844-2643

Brett Gerson―attorney-advisor with the Department of Commerce, Office of General

Counsel, and Office of the Chief Counsel for International Commerce (OCCIC) where he serves as legal counsel to the Department’s International Trade Administration.

Email: bgerson@doc.gov

Phone: 202-482-5595

Glen Roberts―Director of the Bakersfield & Fresno U.S. Export Assistance Centers

groberts@doc.gov

Phone: 559-348-9859

THE RESOURCES:

The STEP Initiative increases

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small businesses exporting and the value of exports for those small businesses that are currently exporting. This program builds on the President’s National Export Initiative which works to double U.S. exports. For more information, visit: www.export.gov

The Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory have open discussions with U.S. Exports Centers for matching companies in the solar, wind, bio and water industries.  Creating partnerships are validated through embassies and consulates.

U.S. Export Centers across the nation host events to enlighten the exporting process.  One such event is the 2011 U.S.-China Legal Exchange.  CLE credits available.

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San Francisco, CA October 17, 2011 Location: TBD Website and Registration: https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=4817bd

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Denver, CO October 19, 2011 Location: Denver University, Sturm College of Law Website and Registration: https://emenuapps.ita.doc.gov/ePublic/newWebinarRegistration.jsp?SmartCode=2Q0Z

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Atlanta, GA October 21, 2011 Location: Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Website and Registration: http://metroatlantachamber.com/content/Event.aspx?Code=54a6a540-2e75-413c-9165-5e84319a212f

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