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Self-styled ecommerce guru Thomas Power has launched a Web-based service, called Ecademy, to help businesses learn more about online trading. The Ecademy site was launched on Monday and has already received interest from 300 people eager to find out how e-commerce can improve their businesses. "The aim of the Ecademy is to provide the knowledge that drives ecommerce by sharing information, developing careers and uniting people," said Glen Watkins of the Ecademy. "Ultimately, we want the Ecademy to be a professional body covering the whole of the ecommerce industry," he said. Power is holding a free live discussion on the site tomorrow night (Thursday 4 February) at 8.00pm (GMT) to answer questions on a range of ecommerce issues. ®

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