Exclusive digital services offered to small firms by Halton Chamber of Commerce

Paula Cain, chief executive of Halton Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise

Paula Cain, chief executive of Halton Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise

First published in News Runcorn and Widnes World: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

SMALL businesses are being offered an exclusive opportunity to access online services usually afforded by large corporations.

Halton Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise is inviting small and medium enterprise e-shops unique support.

Chief executive Paula Cain said: “The ‘e-compass’ project’s key benefits are based on helping innovative owners of small e-shops improve their security and increase sales revenues.

“By offering useful online services which can be electronically integrated into their own e-Shop and used online, we can really help SME businesses across the region gain a competitive advantage. The project is also exclusive to Halton Chamber in the UK, a fact we’re very proud of.

“Looking at the Halton and Merseyside region, there are very strong opportunities for SMEs to gain a considerable share of the market currently dominated by a few large players via their involvement with e-Compass.”

To develop these online services, Halton Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise with their project partners in Greece, Germany and Spain, are asking e-shop owners to complete a short on-line questionnaire bit.ly/1qy8wR7.

Closing date for submissions is Friday, May 23, 2014.

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