29. Apr 2020

GO-DIGITAL: Up to 50% government funding

You want to digitize your company – but you don’t know how and where to start? Contact us! We’re here to help. Because SHOPMACHER is a consulting company for “digital market development” authorized by the BMWi .

The state supports companies on their way to digitization. In the “Digital Market Development” funding module, e.g. For example, advice on setting up or expanding an e-commerce platform or the downstream processes is eligible for funding. So exactly our métier. Our consulting services can be funded with up to 50% and up to a total funding amount of up to EUR 33,000. We will be happy to apply for and document the funding advice for you.

Go Digital Promotion SHOPMACHER


  • =Digitized business processes
  • =Digital market development
  • =IT security


  • =Companies with fewer than 100 employees
  • =with a maximum of 20 million sales in the previous year
  • =with a German permanent establishment or branch


    The go-digital funding program supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and craft businesses that want to optimize their business processes with the help of digital solutions – in a service- and customer-oriented, efficient and secure manner.

    You can read all about the funding here:


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