German govt starts 'go-digital' programme for SMEs

Friday 14 July 2017 | 10:32 CET | News
Germany's economy ministry announced the start of the new nationwide funding program 'go-digital', to support SMEs in adopting digital technologies. The programme focuses on IT security, opening up digital markets and digitisation of business processes. The government said the aim is to support the digital economy as well as provide small businesses help with new challenges such as the increased threat of IT attacks. In the first phase of the programme, consultancies will be able to register for authorisation. In the autumn, the authorised providers can make proposals to small businesses

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