Digital Business Ireland (DBI), the leading representative body for digital and ecommerce businesses, has today (Monday 24 October) expressed its fears that Ireland could inadvertently affect the country’s ability to attract investment from digital companies, as a consequence of provisions contained in the Online Safety Media Regulation Bill.
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New research from Digital Business Ireland highlights the need for businesses to demonstrate credibility and transparency to attract and retain customers online
In its pre-Budget 2023 submission, Digital Business Ireland is seeking a €10 million fund to help […]
New research from Digital Business Ireland shows that mobile applications remain one of the most popular […]
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Digital Business Ireland, the country’s leading representative body for digital, ecommerce and online businesses is today calling for the Trading Online Voucher Scheme to be expanded in order to facilitate the growth of Ireland’s e-commerce sector. The organisation contends this can be done by allowing those businesses that never availed of funding under this scheme to be able to do so for digital marketing purposes and building consumer trust.
Emma Murphy, Founder and CEO of Health Technology enterprise, Eating Freely, has today been announced as the winner of Digital Business Ireland’s female mentoring initiative.
DBI has today announced the appointment of Ashley McDonnell of global luxury powerhouse PUIG, as Chairperson of the representative body up to 2024.
The annual initiative seeks applications from women working across digital, e-commerce and technology Digital Business Ireland, […]