SMEDA to hold e-commerce training on Thursday

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Islamabad

The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) is going to organise a one-day training programme on e- commerce business startup and management for profitable business growth on September 09 (Thursday).

The session is being organized by SMEDA under National Business Development Programme (NBDP) for SMEs, to extend non-financial advisory services to small and medium business, according to sources in authority, said a press statement issued on Monday.

The training would provide information about researching e-commerce business models, starting e-commerce niche research, validating target market and product ideas, registering e-commerce business and brand name, finalising e-commerce business plan, creating online store, and attaching customers to e-commerce websites.

The session will be attended by small business owners and their staff, women participants, women owned SMEs, emerging and existing entrepreneurs and all those desirous of improving knowledge on subject.—APP

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