Digital Business Ireland has today called for stronger digital market surveillance of online advertising of goods and products, as Ireland enters a traditionally busy shopping period.  
The exponential growth in the popularity of e-commerce looks set to continue, according to new Digital Insights research commissioned by Ireland’s leading representative body for the sector, Digital Business Ireland and the custodians of Ireland’s national domain registry, .IE. The research issued today was carried out by Ireland Thinks and is based on a nationally representative sample, collected from a group of over 30,000 panellists.
The exponential growth in the popularity of e-commerce looks set to continue, according to new Digital Insights research commissioned by Ireland’s leading representative body for the sector, Digital Business Ireland and the custodians of Ireland’s national domain registry, .IE. The research issued today was carried out by Ireland Thinks and is based on a nationally representative sample, collected from a group of over 30,000 panellists.
The exponential growth in the popularity of e-commerce looks set to continue, according to new Digital Insights research commissioned by Ireland’s leading representative body for the sector, Digital Business Ireland and the custodians of Ireland’s national domain registry, .IE. The research issued today was carried out by Ireland Thinks and is based on a nationally representative sample, collected from a group of over 30,000 panellists.
The country’s dedicated representative body for online businesses, Digital Business Ireland has today announced its first partnership of 2022, with leading global cloud-based payments provider, Checkout.com. Today’s announcement is a further testament of the organisation’s commitment to partnering with progressive, cutting-edge suppliers, and helps to solidify its status as Ireland’s leading representative body for the digital space.
Five innovative Irish firms in DBI's Backing Business Initiative successfully complete a digital transformation to help them in their future growth and development. The five selected businesses received a total of €100,000 in support and have benefitted greatly from the expertise and insights of each of the Virgin Media ‘Backing Business’ partners including Digital Business Ireland, Milk Bottle Labs, Permanent TSB and their Local Enterprise Office.
Today’s announcement marks the latest in a series of strategic partnerships for the representative body Ireland’s […]
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.
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