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Sage trains businesses to build their own websites

Software giant Sage has launched a new service to help business build exploit e-business opportunities.

Two training courses are being offered by the company.

Called Build Your Own Website and E-business: How to Trade on the Internet, the courses will hope to exploit increasing business interest in using the internet to trade.

Graham Wylie, Sage’ managing director, said: ‘Small businesses are really keen to make the most of the internet and e-commerce but often fo not know where to begin.’

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