The European Commission has launched a new campaign to help SMEs interested in setting up ecommerce operations.
Run by 282 Euro Info Centres (EIC) across 18 participating countries, the campaign aims to offer talks and workshops on the practical aspects of electronic commerce, audits, advice on strategy, the establishment of pilot groups of businesses, and other forms of assistance.
In addition, SMEs can be given a review of their ecommerce approach for up to six months after launching.
The UK co-ordinator is European Business Services, whose website can be found here.
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