Expanding the Enterprise Exports by E-business

Hongxin Li; Weihe Duan
October 2010
International Journal of Business & Management;Oct2010, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p248
Academic Journal
With unexampled advantages, E-business has developed quickly, and enterprises should have to grasp this opportunity. At present, the problems about expanding the enterprise exports by E-business mainly include that the innovation of international trade enterprise mode in the E-business environment is deficient, the informationization level of enterprise should be further enhanced, the senior E-business talents are deficient, and the support system of E-business should be further perfected. Therefore, to expand the enterprise exports by E-business should innovate the trade mode, establish wide international market. sales channel, strengthen the E-business talent cultivation, quicken the information infrastructure construction, and largely push the enterprise informationization.


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