For existing small retail businesses, Scottish SMEs and tech startups, or entrepreneurs thinking of taking the plunge and starting their own business, using a global digital and physical infrastructure like Amazon’s is a quick way to grow and succeed.
Small rural businesses have it tough and tend to rely more on traditional processes; whether that’s just selling locally, relying on word of mouth, or banking in person at the local branch.
Jo Macfarlane is a Scottish candle maker who dreams to export globally and crack Europe. She has a few digital challenges in her way, but here’s how she plans to overcome them and get exporting globally.
The Amazon Academy event series is returning to help SME owners raise their digital skills game. If you’re looking into exporting and ecommerce, this free event is for you.
Amazon’s Graeme Smith explains why the innovation culture in Scotland makes Edinburgh one of the best cities in the world to target the digital economy.
The Amazon Academy, launched by Amazon and Enterprise Nation, is continuing its UK tour with Edinburgh the next destination for promoting the power of British ecommerce.
With Amazon Academy making its latest outing in Manchester in March, Real Business finds out why the digital heavyweight believes the business events are so useful for growing companies.