Every beginning is difficult. Although there are more and more startups, many entrepreneurs struggle with a lack of time. Young businessmen are often in a situation that they have to do everything on their own for their company. Read more
The project activities in upcoming period will be focused on the promotion of the unique and the first of its kind Internet platform dedicated to E-consumer rights in Serbia. The platform was developed as part of project activities and will be soon available online.
In addition to educational content, the Internet platform will have a quiz with questions about the rights, safety, procedures for complaints when buying online. Anyone who correctly answer questions, receive a certificate of acquired knowledge.
Promotion of web platform will be organized in 15 places throughout Serbia in cooperation with the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications (Department of Consumer Protection), associations for consumer rights and the Regional Development Agencies under the following schedule (April, May and June 2016):
Failure to comply with the rules of writing passwords, writing them on a piece of paper… are some of the most common mistakes that users make says Igor Franc, Executive Director SECIT security consulting (data security agency) Read more
More than 70 million web sites are designed in WordPress and 100 thousand new sites to the device every week using this platform, part of the impressive statistics use WordPress platform today. The conclusion is as follows: more than half of all web sites that use some of the famous web platforms are WordPress sites. Read more
INTERVIEW: Zeljko Rakic, The Head of the Department for Trade at the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications
E-vendors who fulfill the criteria that guarantees safe and secure trade will receive the right to use the E-Trustmark logo as an assurance of safe online shoping Read more
With the new internet platform launched by the European Commission, EU citizens now have the ability for an amicable settlement of disputes with vendors whose services they are not happy with. It is estimated that every second citizen of the EU purchases over the Internet, that one in three has experienced some kind of problem, while only 9% of them are aware of their rights when shopping on the Internet.
Citizens of Serbia, despite numerous technological possibilities still prefer to go to the bank for banking services. Younger people and those with higher incomes are more open to online banking than others
The volume of transactions performed by users online at the global level is measured in hundreds of billions of dollars annually. In Serbia, the volume of money, is of course, much smaller and amounts to about 15 billion dinars a year (roughly 1.3 billion euros). For comparison: only during “Cyber Monday” (the first Monday after Thanksgiving) in 2011 in the US States, about $ 1.25 billion were spent, which is slightly less than a billion euros – or only about 30% less money spent for one day than the total spent for a full year in Serbia. Read more
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This publication has been produced with the assistance from the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the project E-business Development and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union. The project is implemented by the consortium led by Exemplas, in cooperation with ACE Consultants, European Profiles, Imorgon, Seidor and Teamnet International.