EXIM Bank Case Study: Collection 2000 Cosmetics
Looking to grow your export business but scared of the risk? While you may be well acquainted with the concept of insurance and the importance of managing risk, accounts receivables are often the largest uninsured asset on your company's balance sheet. The Export-Import Bank of the United States' (EXIM Bank) Export Credit Insurance allows you to safeguard your foreign receivables, transferring the risk of non-payment by overseas customers to EXIM Bank.
Download this case study to see how Collection 2000 Cosmetics, Inc. -- a Florida-based manufacturer and marketer of personal care and perfume products for women -- was saved from an unexpected six-figure loss through multi-buyer Small Business Export Credit Insurance.
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