Digital Business Ireland (DBI), the leading digital, ecommerce and online business representative body has today welcomed the Government’s confirmation that non-essential retailers will be able to resume click and collect services from 10th May.
The country’s leading representative body for online businesses and retailers, Digital Business Ireland, has today announced the launch of its recently published sustainability guide, which will highlight the opportunities adapting sustainability practices will present for Irish businesses.
Almost 70% of surveyed workers hope for a post-pandemic “new normal” of hybrid work arrangements A […]
Digital Business Ireland calls on the Government to commit now to the resumption of click-and-collect on […]
Submissions demonstrate Ireland’s best digital businesses are innovating beyond current difficulties Leading digital business representative body, […]
Award recipients demonstrate Ireland’s best digital businesses are innovating beyond the current challenges caused by the […]
Preventing people using click-and-collect services would harm the viability of many retailers, already suffering under lockdown, […]
Digital Business Ireland, the leading online, ecommerce and digital representative body has today announced the appointment of Niall Horgan of Irish athleisurewear company Gym+Coffee as Chairperson of the organisation. Horgan is the first Chair appointed by DBI and he will serve a one-year term from January 1st 2021.
Digital Business Ireland has today, issued a number of recommendations to the Minister for Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD to aid businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.