15.8.2013 – Round Table Event – E-commerce and Digital Business

Sir John Arbuthnott, President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, speaking at the launch event.

Thursday 15th August will see the Digital Participation Inquiry host a round table event examining the issues surrounding the use of digital technology and the internet as it relates to E-Commerce and Digital Business.

For this event we welcome representatives from the business community who use digital technologies and the internet to conduct their work or those with an interest to but are currently unable. The Inquiry recognises that the use of digital technology and the internet is a rapidly growing sector which allows many organisations the opportunity to flourish, however it also understands that for many organisations there are certain challenges in getting online. This event hopes to explore these issues further.

The Inquiry is keen to understand what can be done to overcome the barriers facing online business and also how the benefits of moving online can be promoted to wider business groups.

If you would like to book a place at this event please contact

What are the issues facing online businesses and those who would like to move online?

What are the benefits to business by moving online?

What can be done to increase the use of the internet and digital technologies across the sector?

This event will be hosted 5-7pm at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PQ

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