EXIM Bank Can Be A ‘Gamechanger’ For Women Entrepreneurs Exporting – 6 Tips

Archana Sharma reluctantly risked everything, including her successful career in pharmaceuticals, to come to the United States at the urging of her family in 2005. Telling her story to the Export-Import Bank (EXIM) conference in Washington, DC last week, she said when she landed a job in the medical device industry, she accessed “every kind of training that I could find in institutes leadership, everything,” with her company’s support. Then, she got the entrepreneurial bug and asked her husband, “Now, what kind of a business can we do?”

Since her husband is textile engineer who was then working for a textile company that had just declared bankruptcy,

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