eBay Main Street is a collection of people who care how public policy impacts their ability to buy and sell online. Many are entrepreneurs who use the Internet to support their families, grow their businesses, reach international markets, and create jobs in their community.
October 18, 2017
Last week six small businesses from five European Union (EU) Member States arrived in Brussels to share their successful business stories and engage in constructive debates with legislators on behalf of Internet-enabled small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across Europe.
October 18, 2017
A new Alabama US Senate special election poll was released late last week. The Cygnal polling firm (10/2-5; 497 AL likely special election voters) finds former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore (R) leading ex-US Attorney Doug Jones (D), 49-41%.
October 17, 2017
Alan Elias of eBay’s Public Policy Lab participated in a panel discussion that examined the digital trade revolution and micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) at the Coalition of Services Industries’ Global Services Summit 2017.
October 7, 2017
The eBay Public Policy Lab has launched the Latin America and the Caribbean Small Online Business Growth Report, which focuses on how the online platform model of commerce is connecting independent micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Peru to the global marketplace.
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When it comes to ecommerce, legislators have immense power. If you sell online, you’re probably already aware that legislators can affect your bottom line – and even threaten your company’s very existence – by creating unfair commerce policies.
The best way to protect yourself and ecommerce is to make your voice heard in the halls of power. Signing up for Main Street can help you do just that.