In the last three years, approximately what percent of your total sales were made to customers outside the United States?
Did you ever sell to customers outside the United States?
Why did you stop making those sales? Was it because:?
Are the chances high, so-so, or low that you will start selling to customers outside the United States again?
Over the last three years, has the share of your sales to customers outside of the U.S. been growing, declining, or staying the same? Is that a lot or a little?
To customers in what country outside the U.S. did you make the most sales in the last three years?
In the last three years, in approximately how many different countries have you made sales?
Which best describes your sales efforts outside the U.S. Do you:?
Are the majority of your sales to customers outside the U.S. the direct result of orders placed through an Internet Web site?
About how many years have you been selling to customers outside the U.S.?
Volume 4, Issue 1, 2004
ISSN - 1534-8326
William J. Dennis, Jr.
NFIB Research Foundation
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