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Seminar offers roadmap for international expansion

North Dakota companies interested in expanding into the global marketplace are encouraged to attend a seminar Aug. 8 and 9 that will provide a roadmap for successful international expansion. Continue reading …

Trade Office organizes mission to Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine

The North Dakota Trade Office, in conjunction with the U.S. Commercial Service, invites North Dakota businesses to participate in a trade mission to the Russia Federation, Kazakhstan and the Ukraine Oct. 22 – Nov. 2, 2006 in an effort to increase the state’s export sales. Continue reading …

Trade Office Advisory Board member Asmah Tareen named to elite business group

Minneapolis, Minn.– Asmah Tareen, a Cavalier, N.D., native, and member of the North Dakota Trade Office Advisory Board, recently was named  a 40 Under Forty by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. Continue reading …

PRACS CEO Carlson Entrepreneur of Year

James Carlson, president and CEO of Fargo-based PRACS Institute, has been named Ernst & Young’s Life Sciences Entrepreneur of the Year for the Minnesota and Dakotas region. PRACS Institute is a member of the North Dakota Trade Office. Continue reading …

Trade delegation finds success in Taiwan

BISMARCK, N.D. – Lt. Gov. Jack Dalrymple led a 29-member delegation on an eight-day trade mission to Taiwan on June 17. The delegation, largely represented by 14 North Dakota businesses and higher education officials, worked to expand global sales and promote the state’s universities. Continue reading …

Dickinson-based SolarBee making waves in global marketplace

It wasn’t until Greg Dluzak turned to a Dickinson, N.D., company that he began to win back control of a major Southern California water source.

Seasonal onslaughts of blue-green algae in Palmdale Lake would turn the drinking water supply murky, sometimes smelly and it clogged filter systems, said Dluzak, the Palmdale Water District production and control superintendent. Continue reading …

Tri-Steel Manufacturing extends global reach

Grand Forks, N.D. – After enduring a 20-hour flight from Sydney, Australia and some serious jet lag, Joe Deck towed his bags out of Grand Forks International Airport with no intention of going home for some sleep. Continue reading …

Hoeven announces $1.5 million grant for Minot intermodal facility

MINOT, N.D. – Gov. John Hoeven today was joined by Assistant Secretary Sandy Baruah, of the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration to present a $1.5 million grant to the Minot Development Corporation for the establishment of a rail and truck Intermodal Park in the city to transport agricultural and manufactured products. Hoeven has been working with agency officials to award the grant, and met with Baruah two weeks ago in Washington, D.C. to expedite the city’s application. Continue reading …

Exporters turning to Worldwide Trade Partners for tax savings

After five years with international accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers, Fargo-Moorhead native Jim Fyhrie has come home to help the region’s companies save big bucks on their export sales.

At PricewaterhouseCoopers in Minneapolis, Fyhrie, a certified public accountant and software developer, specialized in using advanced software to help some of the largest U.S. exporters take full advantage of cost-cutting tax structures including Foreign Sales Corporations and the Extraterritorial Income Exclusion. Continue reading …

Southeast Asia, Australia trade missions yield results

Australia sales  top $9.3 Million; Southeast Asia generates value-added food sales
CASSELTON, N.D. – Lt. Gov. Jack Dalrymple, North Dakota Trade Office officials and members of recent trade missions to Southeast Asia and Australia today say going the distance for new customers is paying off with substantial business. Continue reading …

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