Businesses across the state of Washington have been discovering the exciting growth opportunities in the global marketplace. With the support of the Washington State Department of Commerce, many businesses have begun successfully exporting their products to new foreign markets. Click on the company names below to learn their stories.
How a hay grower from Ellensburg became one of the top 50 exporters in the United States.
A 60-year-old family-owned business explores new markets with the Washington State Department of Commerce trade specialists, opening new opportunities in Europe, Asia, and Canada
How support from the Washington State Department of Commerce helped this automotive research provider get a foothold in China.
A growing mobile technology company opens the door to new partner contacts overseas after the Washington State Department of Commerce comes knocking with export assistance.
A young Seattle-based software company connects with key players in international mobile advertising as part of a Washington State Department of Commerce trade delegation to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February, 2012.
How traveling with a Governor’s Trade Mission helped this metal tooling shop bring more aerospace business to Washington state.
A high-precision tooling manufacturer expands sales overseas with the help of Washington State.
A water sports equipment manufacturer in the Columbia River Gorge maintains a nimble export strategy that helps it reach customers in 60 countries.
Learn about a Washington State apple grower that sells apples throughout Asia and in 26 countries around the world.
How a Washington tech company reinvented the way the world texts.
Find out how a stone hearth oven manufacturer is now exporting ovens to 75 countries around the world.
Watch how other Washington small and medium-sized business have succeeded internationally.