Some 25 merchants from Totana participate in the talk-workshop "How to sell online as a local business", which has been organized by the Department of Commerce at the Local Development Center as part of the actions promoted by the City Council to help professionals in the sector to mitigate the effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on their businesses.The councilor, Javier Baņos, opened the training session, which was held for two and a half hours, in the training classrooms of the Local Development Area, in the "El Saladar" industrial estate; and that he taught a company of entrepreneurs installed in the Business Incubator.The objectives set out in this workshop were to answer the main questions that a local business asks itself before starting its online activity, such as how much does it cost to sell online, what do I have to do to sell online, what sales channels are the best for my business and if it can be sold online as a small business, among many other questions.
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