Ag Companies Encouraged To Enroll In ExporTech

With 96 percent of the world’s population consuming products outside the U.S. and 1 billion people expected to join the global middle class in the next decade, Wisconsin companies are changing the way they think about their businesses.

For companies that want to grow, exporting is no longer a luxury — it’s a necessity.

Applications are open for ExporTech. ExporTech is an export acceleration program that helps Wisconsin companies expand their global market reach. It aims to shorten a company’s “go-to-market” timeline by developing a customized international growth plan for the company’s products in key markets.

Throughout three full-day sessions, CEOs/presidents and senior leaders in sales/marketing, finance, and operations join with non-competing companies to determine their top three export markets and develop an actionable, strategic plan.

Agricultural companies with products including processed foods, grains, mink pelts, livestock, genetics, and more should participate. The Wisconsin Initiative for Agricultural Exports and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. help fund ExporTech.

ExporTech graduates realize between $600,000 and $1,000,000 in average incremental exports growth one year after completing the program.

Interested in participating?

In-person sessions, western half of Wisconsin, contact: Heidi Rabeneck:

Virtual sessions, eastern half of Wisconsin, contact: Roxanne Baumann: