Businesses with internet report more revenues in US - study

Thursday 12 May 2011 | 10:25 CET | News
Businesses with broadband have a clear advantage in revenue and thus potential job creation over businesses without it, according to a study by the Connected Nation. The research shows that businesses using high-speed internet connections report median annual revenues USD 200,000 more than businesses without broadband. However, the research estimates that approximately 2.1 million US businesses still do not use broadband technology. Nearly 28 percent of all businesses in the US and 32 percent of small businesses with fewer than five employees do not use broadband for their daily business

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Countries: United States
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