A Note to Our Exporters
To the U.S. Commercial Service Community:
The health and safety of our employees, clients, partners and communities is our top priority. Given the developing COVID-19 outbreak, we have made some recent changes to the way we serve U.S. exporters.
Our global network of experienced trade specialists will be working virtually and is looking forward to connecting with you via email, conference call, Skype, or video conference to discuss your international business plans. To contact a trade specialist in your area, visit our list of local U.S. Export Assistance Centers.
Know that we are here for you whether you have questions about the status of an event, need to cancel a service, or are checking on the status of an export market. To learn more about our virtual services, visit Trade.gov/virtual-services.
Our thoughts are with you and the global business community, and we remain firmly committed to serving the needs of U.S. exporters like you. We will continue to evaluate options to ensure we can deliver on the objectives of our mission, and that we consider the safety of all parties involved. Connect with us on social media @USCommercialSvc for our latest updates and resources.
For more information contact:
Lilliam A. Baez, Director, U.S. Commercial Service Memphis
U.S. Department of Commerce | International Trade Administration
22 N Front Street Suite 200, Memphis, Tennessee 38103
We look forward to working with you soon.
For more information on coronavirus, please visit: coronavirus.gov.