Comgem approved e-commerce vendor for HM Governments scheme

Welsh e-commerce software provider, Comgem has been selected to become an official vendor for HM Governments Help to Grow: Digital Scheme.

Help to Grow: Digital is a government-funded scheme that allows eligible businesses to claim a discount of 50 per cent off the costs of approved digital technology, a saving of up to £5000 over the course of 12 months. Comgem is proud to be 1 of 8 e-commerce providers chosen to be a part of the scheme and help small to medium-sized businesses start up their e-commerce websites and grow their businesses. Help to Grow is also currently expanding the eligibility criteria, so even more businesses than ever will be able to apply for the scheme.

Dani Attard, Comgems Managing Director said, “in conjunction with Help to Grow Digital, Comgem is delighted to be able to provide businesses with a substantial saving on our platform and provide a cost-effective way to supercharge their performance and growth through embracing e-commerce.”

Comgem provides customers with a professional e-commerce website and a powerful toolkit to help target business customers online. Comgems layouts are optimised for mobiles, tablets, and desktops, and include important functions required by business customers including customer-based pricing, custom catalogues, order pads, authorisations, and budgetary controls.

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