Seven Virginia Companies Increase Exports through Commonwealth’s International Business Acceleration Program
February 12, 2021
Seven companies have graduated VEDP's Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) Program
January 13, 2021
VEDP announced the acceptance of 10 companies into its two-year Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) program.
September 9, 2020
Two-year export program provides resources to support international business expansion.
VEDP International Trade Conducts Virtual Market Visits To Help Virginia Exporters Build Business Overseas
August 27, 2020
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) today announced that its Division of International Trade is adapting its Trade Missions program to a virtual platform.
August 13, 2020
10 companies across the Commonwealth have graduated from the Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s (VEDP) Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) Program.
TMEIC has utilized VEDP trade services since VEDP first offered to hold in-house trade compliance training sessions for the company starting in 2003. TMEIC is now participating in the VALET program for the second time. The company hopes to sell its automation and drives technology to ports around the world, focusing on Southeast Asia and Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam in particular.
Stride’s international business had been based on informal relationships with in-country representatives rather than a strategic plan. During the trade mission to India in February 2020, Stride representatives met with 16 prospective partners and clients in Bangalore, Delhi, and Mumbai, with VEDP arranging the logistics of the trip and assisting with post-trip follow-up.
As a start-up with an innovative technology based on the globally popular HubSpot and Marketo marketing platforms, Seventh Sense needed to develop a global market strategy. The challenge: the company did not have any partnerships with internationally based marketing agencies, which is a major driver for the type of software Seventh Sense sells
Aeroprobe, based in Christiansburg in the New River Valley, manufactures advanced sensors and measuring devices upon which cutting-edge systems around the world rely.