YOU COULD WIN $10,000 IN EXPORT CREDITS FOR YOUR BUSINESS FROM UPS!*
UPS is conducting multiple** UPS X-PORT Challenges in 2016, competitive events that help local businesses connect to the world. This exclusive UPS competition gives your business the chance to showcase your product(s) and gain access to tools and resources you need to grow globally.
To request an application for this unique opportunity, simply click the button below and fill out the fields. If your business is eligible for one of the local 2016 UPS X-PORT Challenge events, a UPS representative for your designated district will contact you to get more information about your business, your product(s) and why you believe it has global appeal.
Applications will be entered into the UPS X-Port Challenge event for a UPS district based on the principle business address for the applicant. Each application will be carefully reviewed by a panel of judges from the business community, so don’t forget the details.
The designated judging panel will select the top 10 finalists in your area to participate at a Pitch-Off event. If selected as a finalist, you’ll pitch the judges on why your business is ready for the global marketplace. Three winners will be selected based on their international appeal and execution strategy.
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Questions or to find out if your business is eligible? Please contact Susan Hemme at email@example.com.
* All credits for UPS® export services that may be awarded as part of a prize must be redeemed and used for applicable services by no later than the date provided in the official rules. The UPS export services will be provided subject to the standard terms and conditions applicable to such UPS services. Certain restrictions and exclusions may apply. Each Pitch-Off Winner must have a valid UPS account to use the UPS export services.
**The remaining UPS X-PORT Challenge events for 2016 will be conducted by individual UPS districts. To be eligible to participate, your business must be incorporated and registered to conduct business under the laws of one of the states within a participating UPS district.