The Estonian Electronic Commerce Union has signed a cooperation agreement with eBay. This will help support thousands of small businesses and allow local entrepreneurs to sell their goods worldwide, writes Postimees.
With the E-Commerce Alliance and eBay programme, local enterprises will appoint a personal eBay development manager, provide support and a personal training programme that offers the necessary tools and best practices, as well as higher sales limits to ensure rapid growth. For the first three months this service is free of charge.
“A free training program and marketing support will help thousands of our small businesses and online shops to start selling their products abroad and to increase turnover several times – said Têne Väert, Executive Director of the Estonian Electronic Commerce Union. – eBay – is an important platform through which Estonia can present its high-quality and handmade products to the world”.
The Estonian E-Commerce Union is an umbrella organization of about 450 companies, established in 2008.
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