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Open for (small) business - subverting traditional economic models

by Technical Author and Trainer at Owen Sound, Canada on Aug 27, 2008

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In this session I will show you how to create a small business network on a multi-site Drupal installation. I will be using the small business network within my own community as an example. ...

In this session I will show you how to create a small business network on a multi-site Drupal installation. I will be using the small business network within my own community as an example.

In small-town Canada we have seen an increase in the \"cottage industry\" as people in their 50s cash out of urban centres and move to the country. These micro-enterprise businesses often have only the owner (and their partner) as staff. Although the businesses offer a huge range of services, they have one thing in common--very small budgets. Individually these businesses can rarely afford expert technical support, sophisticated Web sites and beautiful Web design--but with a Drupal-based business network, small businesses can now afford to look like pros on-line.

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