This is CONTPAQi’s solution for SMEs to face the pandemic


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  • It is time to change our mental structures as human beings to understand that we are all one and that we depend on others, for this reason empathy and solidarity are two values that must prevail forever.

The pandemic has represented many challenges for small and medium-sized companies (SMEs), all these events have led them to adapt and create new habits that include new technologies and sales through digital channels.

CONTPAQi, an electronic invoicing company, is aware of the challenge that adapting to the new reality has implied for SMEs and that is why from July 20 to 24 it organized a congress through videoconferences in which the points were presented from the point of view of various

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China market reforms have benefited SMEs and tech companies: JPMorgan

The inner view of Shenzhen Stock Exchange as the first batch of registration-based initial public offerings (IPOs) of 18 enterprises are about to debut on the ChiNext board on August 23, 2020 in Shenzhen, Guandong Province of China.

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SINGAPORE — As China continues to push toward further reforms in its financial markets, one of the changes the country made was to revamp listing rules for the ChiNext start-up board.

The move has benefited small and medium-sized businesses, as well as technology firms, according to Chaoping Zhu, a global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management.

“Based on the current development in the market, we find that it has been easier for companies to get listed in the stock market since the registration system was adopted,” Zhu told CNBC in an email.

“The major beneficiaries are SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) and innovative tech companies,” he

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Digital Risk Protection Platform Market to Witness Strong Demand from the SMEs During 2020-2030, Says Future Market Insights

DUBAI, UAE, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Future Market Insights (FMI) anticipates the global digital risk protection platforms market to surge at a stellar CAGR of 10.1% during the assessment period 2020-2030. Extensive usage across several end-use industries, across nations, has prompted escalating digital connectivity, lack of awareness about cyber-attacks, fragile regulations, and rising cross-border data exchange. Any form of a data breach can prove to be disastrous for an organization’s long-term survival, this has compelled organizations to invest in sturdy digital risk protection platforms.

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Cyber malefactors are leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic landscape to originate data theft attacks, phishing emails, and ransomware to steal confidential data. Based on these trends, the market for digital risk protection platforms is poised to record a prolific growth amid the course of the pandemic and further. The growth is anticipated to surge to 11% in 2020 alone. 

Leading players are capitalizing

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