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.
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.
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.
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A major virtual conference organised by leading ecommerce representative body, Digital Business Ireland has today informed […]
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.