Solomon Islanders urge to use internet to do business.
This is the view of Christina-Kuper Wini, the Chairperson of the local organising committee of a regional information technology conference to be held in Honiara next month.
Mrs Wini says there are avenues open to Solomon Islands to use the Internet to sell their products.
"Our country has many avenues which Solomon Islanders should take up the initiative to start businesses to go online and sell their products. Whether you are a carver who lives in the province, and you need to sell your products, but has transport problems or how to sell your products overseas. You can you the Internet to sell your products."
Mrs Wini says in the future not only those in Honiara will have access or advantage to use the Internet.
She says people in the rural areas will also have access when they know how to use the Internet, citing the PeopleFirst Network, PFNet, as an example of the Internet getting to the rural areas.
The regional conference next month is the annual meeting is a gathering of Information Technology specialists convened by the Pacific Islands Chapter of the Internet Society.