Web sites help small fish in big ocean

A NEW Federal Government-funded program will help small to medium enterprises take advantage of international trade on the Internet.

The Export Access program is being delivered in WA through the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

In association with Dac Group New Media Management Consultants, the Chamber has devised Netpak to give SMEs a web presence and assist with e-business implementation.

Netpak offers businesses an inexpensive outsourced electronic export division that will tailor an Internet package including an ISP connection, name registration, staff training, web site construction and updates.

An e-business net export officer prepares a company profile and advises the business over a twelve month period.

CCI group manager of trade services Keith Seed said Netpak would promote the web site through search engines.

“The e-business net export officer will handle all initial e-mail responses and evaluate them so the small business operator doesn’t waste time wading through enquiries,” he said.

Netpak also offers online marketing advice and tips on cultural and business considerations.

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