U.K. small business receives a staggering return on its Internet investment reveals independent research published recently. Far from supporting recent reports that weak economic conditions have resulted in a crash in SME investment, these figures demonstrate that not only is the U.K. SME community continuing to drive innovation forward, it is already experiencing real results.

Nearly 70 percent of small businesses in the U.K. have invested in the Internet, underlining the argument that in a difficult economic climate it is even more important to plan for the future, regardless of short-term uncertainties. Over the last two years, each company has spent approximately £4.8k on developing Internet-enabled systems for their organization.

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