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  1. What advice would you give someone who wants to set up his own online business?

    Workshop 7: the Digital Single Market for business and consumers Many would-be entrepreneurs can face many obstacles when trying to join the e-commerce revolution and some don't understand that they need to be very well prepared before their online b ...

    Sophie Fumey - 29/05/2013 - 14:54 - 4 comments

  2. What are the main barriers or threats that prevent SMEs to go online?

    Workshop 7: the Digital Single Market for business and consumers SMEs have here an opportunity to shape the future of trading online, and to describe all the obstacles that apply specifically to small businesses. Have your say! What is your point of view ...

    Sophie Fumey - 30/05/2013 - 17:31 - 6 comments

  3. What are the differences to be taken into account according to sectors?

    Workshop 7: the Digital Single Market for business and consumers In a world of continuous technological progress,  digital economy has deeply changed eBusiness models and revolutionised the way business is done and it will continue to do so in the future. ...

    Sophie Fumey - 05/06/2013 - 12:01

  4. Do we still need physical stores?

    Workshop 7: the Digital Single Market for business and consumers At the beginning of the Internet, innovative and resourceful online traders imposed themselves against heavyweight traders. Then the "clicks & mortar" was the rule. But after a ...

    Sophie Fumey - 07/06/2013 - 11:49 - 1 comment

  5. Are SMEs fitted for e-commerce?

    Workshop 7: the Digital Single Market for business and consumers SMEs are a major source of entrepreneurial skills and creativity and contribute to economic and social cohesion. They hold the key to innovation and are also emerging as european players, by ...

    Sophie Fumey - 08/09/2014 - 16:45

  6. How should SMEs promote their online business?

    Workshop 7: the Digital Single Market for business and consumers Yesterday, selling products meant managing a « brick-and-morta r » store what was limiting businesses to a local customer base. Today, lots of people believe that Internet access and website ...

    Sophie Fumey - 17/06/2013 - 16:33