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What's the issue?

Many SMEs are lagging behind the digital transition. Most of them ignore the potential benefits in productivity and competitiveness, cannot clearly identify their needs, or do not have enough capabilities or financial resources to access and effectively use digital instruments. The SME digital gap slows productivity growth and widens inequalities among people, firms and locations. 

Co-organised by the OECD and by Business at OECD, the OECD Digital for SMEs Global Initiative (D4SME) intends to promote knowledge sharing and learnings on how different types of SMEs can seize the benefits of digitalisation, and on the role of government, regulators, business sectors and other institutions in supporting SME digitalisation.

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Find out how the OECD Digital for SMEs Global Initiative intends to promote knowledge sharing and learning on how different types of SMEs can seize the benefits of digitalisation, and on the role of governments, regulators, business sectors and other institutions in supporting SME digitalisation.

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