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Don't miss the FREE e-commerce roadshow!

By Emma Kae - 18th June 2002 - Back to News

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Using E-Commerce To Benefit Your Small Business

To small and home-based businesses, the concept of incorporating e-commerce technology into every-day business practices can be a little daunting.

Many people simply dismiss e-commerce as a flash-in-the-pan concept suited only to huge corporations and computer wizards, without realizing how much e-commerce has to offer for small businesses.

Adopting e-commerce technologies and solutions can increase both business share and profit – key factors in both small and large scale business operations. As each day goes by, more and more small businesses are using the Internet for market research, business administration and even sales!

Unfamiliar With E-Commerce? Don’t Miss This FREE Workshop!

If all of the new technology and business concepts are difficult to grasp, and you feel like you would rather relax with a nice glass of wine, all of your e-commerce dreams have come true. Attend the FREE E-commerce Roadshow for explanations, ideas, and demonstrations, served up right after FREE pizza, beer and wine. Any small business owner would be crazy to miss out!

What’s So Great About This Workshop?

In addition to key e-commerce concepts and skills, there are great prizes up for grabs, including Website development services to the value of $500, and free business listings in Gippsland’s official business directory,

When, Where, Who And How?

Commencing at 3:30 pm, there are four e-commerce workshops, each identifying and de-mystifying different aspects of e-commerce:

Presentation 1 - 3:30 - 4:00pm
What is Electronic Commerce?

Presentation 2 - 4:30 - 5:15pm
Common Pitfalls of Electronic Commerce

Presentation 3 - 5:30 - 6:30pm
Business Case (What will it cost and what will it deliver?)

Presentation 4 - 6:45-8:15pm
Action Plan (How do you go about it?)

All sessions will take place at the GREEN Inc Building in Churchill, on Monday June 24, 2002. Click here for a map on how to get there.

The sessions will be conducted by David Sykes and Angela Meadows of KPMG Consulting. KPMG consulting specialize in assisting businesses in adopting web-based technologies, and their experience is highly-regarded.

Try Adopting E-commerce Strategies In Your Business

Spaces are filling fast, so book your place online NOW.


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