Partnership and the e-commerce initiative of small businesses

@article{Onojaefe2009PartnershipAT,
  title={Partnership and the e-commerce initiative of small businesses},
  author={Darlington Peter Onojaefe and Wilfred Isioma Ukpere},
  journal={African Journal of Business Management},
  year={2009},
  volume={3},
  pages={855-861}
}
The deployment of new technologies such as the Internet is changing the way that businesses work, but success is not universal.  It is evident that a wider range of skills is needed than just technical skills, and a wider vision is needed than just the vision of one business.  For small businesses especially, they must be seen in the context of their communities, for their relationship with public sector departments and other supporting and regulatory bodies, and as partners to much larger… 

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