If you have tried to order from Businessweek in the USA then you know that Businessweek doesn’t offer international shipping to every country. In this post we’ll show you a simple process to get any item from Businessweek or any other American store shipped to your location, in any country worldwide.

Step 1: Sign up for a shipping forwarder

If Businessweek doesn’t ship to your country then you need to ship your item(s) to a U.S. package forwarder who will then ship your package to your international location. Our recommendation is MyUS.com because we’ve shipped more than 1,000 packages with six different package forwarders and MyUS has the lowest rates, is tax-free, and is the most popular U.S. shipping forwarder by far.

Signing up is easy, plus you can see exactly how much your shipment will cost to ship internationally before shipping anything to MyUS. Also, if you have any issues placing your Businessweek order, MyUS’s concierge service can place the order for you.

Note: If your order is immediately canceled after you place it, then it means that the retailer does not ship to MyUS. Your best alternative bet is to use FishisFast because they aren’t as well-known and tend to be on less address block lists. It should be noted that FishisFast is a bit more expensive though.

Step 2: Sign up for a cash back service

Did you know that you can get an extra 2-10% in cash back on your Businessweek order by using a cash back service? Ebates is the most popular and best known cash back service in the United States – plus they gift you $10 in bonus cash after completing your first Businessweek purchase.

Step 3: Buy your product(s) from Businessweek

Once you’ve set up your U.S. shipping address and clicked through a cash back website, you’re ready to make your Businessweek purchase. Just visit the Businessweek website and place your order!

Alternatives / Troubleshooting: Issues Placing Your Businessweek Order or Order Cancellations

Check our detailed FAQs page for troubleshooting any Businessweek order issues.

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Countries That You Can Ship Businessweek To

Using a package forwarder, you can ship Businessweek internationally to any country or region in the world including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom (Britain / England / UK), Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Central America, South America, Middle East, and Europe. It should be noted that there are personal shopper services that can help you buy from any store, including Businessweek, even if they block or don’t ship to freight forwarders.