Small and Medium Sized Enterprises

The digital divide: Why SMEs must cross borders

Despite the resiliency of many SMEs during the pandemic, they still need to master the new digital trade environment. Image: Pressfoto/Freepik

Penelope Naas

President, International Public Affairs and Sustainability, UPS

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