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CS Boston's Local Partners
The Boston office of the U.S. Commercial Service partners with a numbers of organizations in order to better support Massachusetts exporters.

Boston Local Partners

The Boston office of the U.S. Commercial Service partners with a number of organizations in order to better support Massachusetts exporters. By supporting and being part of an export assistance ecosystem, the Boston office helps to ensure exporters get the assistance they need.

Our Export Assistance Partners
Associated Industries of Massachusetts, International Business Council









Associated Industries of Massachusetts, International Business Council

AIM’s International Business Council (AIM-IBC) helps Massachusetts companies engage in international trade, expand their businesses to new markets, understand the rapidly-changing trade environment, and keep current with global trade issues.

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Global Business Alliance of New England






To facilitate regular interaction between international organizations in New England that promote business, trade relations and understanding with countries worldwide.

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Massachusetts Export Center





Massachusetts Export Center helps companies achieve success in global markets by developing and providing targeted, high-impact services.

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Massachusetts Office of International Trade & Investment





Massachusetts Office of International Trade & Investment

MOITI is the Commonwealth’s primary international business development agency charged with promoting trade and investment with global partners in Massachusetts and around the world.

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As the Commonwealth’s economic development and finance authority, MassDevelopment is committed to achieving three goals: stimulating business, driving economic growth, and helping communities thrive across Massachusetts.

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As SBA’s office for the support of small business international trade development, the Office of International Trade works in cooperation with other federal agencies and public- and private-sector groups to encourage small business exports and to assist small businesses seeking to export. Through 21 U.S. Export Assistance Centers, SBA district offices and a variety of service-provider partners, we direct and coordinate SBA’s ongoing export initiatives in an effort to encourage small businesses going global.

For more information visit or contact:

Joseph Raycraft, Export Finance Manager,






The Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) is the official export credit agency of the United States. EXIM is an independent Executive Branch agency with a mission of supporting American jobs by facilitating the export of U.S. goods and services.

When private sector lenders are unable or unwilling to provide financing, EXIM fills in the gap for American businesses by equipping them with the financing tools necessary to compete for global sales. In doing so, the agency levels the playing field for U.S. goods and services going up against foreign competition in overseas markets, so that American companies can create more good-paying American jobs.

Because it is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States, EXIM assumes credit and country risks that the private sector is unable or unwilling to accept. The agency’s charter requires that all transactions it authorizes demonstrate a reasonable assurance of repayment; EXIM consistently maintains a low default rate, and closely monitors credit and other risks in its portfolio.

For more information visit  or contact:

Richard Foy, Eastern Director,