DCLRS leverages our knowledge of international businesses and institutions to help clients identify new market opportunities.
We connect companies to:
- US Department of State
- US Foreign Commercial Service
- US Foreign Agricultural Service
- US Agency for International Development
- World Bank
- Export-Import Bank
- various food aid organizations
DCLRS can help develop or expand your reach into emerging markets. We use our relationships to help identify and pursue large scale agricultural development projects.
In working with DCLRS over the past years, they have functioned as part of our team. They have guided us to relevant lawmakers and potential business opportunities for our multiple business segments, and kept us informed on impactful policy and federal law changes. In addition, I’ve been able to call them on short-notice and received immediate action and answers when we needed them. The DCLRS people are connected and have a great business perspective.
We also help clients understand the regulatory requirements associated with manufacturing and product development in other countries, the sale of chemicals and other products overseas, and import and export tariffs. We have also advocated for tariff relief and passage of free trade agreements on behalf of clients.