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Lead Partner: Coventry University Enterprises Ltd 
It is estimated that in 2020 B2B e-commerce in EU will be twice as large as B2C in terms of sales which proves a huge unreleased potential for EU SMEs. There is a risk of being surpassed by frontrunners as most SMEs have not even taken the first step in this direction. Succeeding with B2B e-commerce requires a huge turn-around within the company's internal processes as this may scale up the turnover dramatically. Digitising and automating the internal processes of the SME is key to manage and keep up with the upscaling requirement  of global e-commerce whilst ensuring economic profit. Creating a Digital Single Market (DSM) is one of the top ten priorities of the European Commission. The overall objective is to bring down barriers, regulatory or otherwise unlock online opportunities in Europe to create one borderless market with harmonized legislation and rules for the benefit of businesses throughout Europe. This is stated by the EC in the 6 May 2015 DSM strategy aiming to to remove key differences between the online and offline worlds and to break down barriers to cross-border online activity and thereby improve B2B e-commerce. Future Ecom addresses policy makers and business support agencies across EU who need to fully understand the key barriers for SMEs to exploit and benefit from a global internet driven market place in general and enhance digitisation and automation in particular. This is done by the exchange of experiences and good practices across 8 EU regions in Future Ecom.  The main output will be the elaboration of an Action Plan per region, based on the inter-regional exchanges. The knowledge and capacity gained by the partners will enable the design of new initiatives and/or business support programmes which compare with best practice. At the end of the project, the monitoring of the implemented initiatives will improve the impact from the regional policy instruments addressed by the Future Ecom partners and the results will be disseminated across EU. 
26/11/2018
2018 has been designated the European Year of Cultural Heritage. Europe declarations on Cultural Heritage seek to promote cultural and intercultural diversity, ...
Type: Project
10/04/2020
In a new series we interview the project partners about their goals and efforts to put sports & vitality on the map. In the first episode: Sports & Technology.
Type: Project
Accumulation of future values
From folder: Second thematic event
15/10/2020
During the European Week of Regions and Cities the projects brought together their experiences and results in an interactive workshop.
Type: Project
18/01/2019
Contribute to an online consultation and a make your voice heard by EU leaders.
Type: Other
11/05/2018
The program “Futurepreneurs” promoting entrepreneurship of youth, which is implemented in Lithuania for the second time, has reached the finish line.
Type: Project
24/03/2021
Join our public consultation webinar presenting the main features of our future programme, clarifying questions, and collecting first comments.
Type: Programme
29/06/2020
29TH JUNE: III Design Meeting for Business Innovation. "Design, company and society: possible futures"
Type: Project
24/06/2020
The first opportunity since COVID-19 for a direct dialogue of the Cultural and Creative Sectors with the EC, the EP and the Council!
Type: Project