Local Enterprise Offices are offering to assist with finance for your Website with an Online Trading Voucher.
Recent statistics reveal, that although Irish people spend over €4 billion Euro per year online, only a small fraction of this spending goes to Irish businesses. This is because only approximately 25% of small Irish businesses have online presence and actively engage in e-commerce. The Online Trading Voucher System aims to change this statistic and assist Irish businesses to capture a bigger slice of this €4 billion being spent by Irish people.
This initiative offers small companies a grant of €2,500 (or up to 50% of the cost) to be spent on developing their e-commerce website and/or digital marketing strategy. If it improves your business in the online marketplace you can use the money from this scheme for it. This is a great opportunity for anyone who has wanted to build up their online presence but has lacked the proper resources and/or direction to get started.
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How To Apply
In order to apply for an Online Trading Voucher you must first attend a training session on how to use and get the best value for money from the voucher.
Small businesses throughout Ireland can now apply to the system for digital vouchers to help their businesses trade on-line. The objective of the scheme is to help small businesses grow their sales, export and ultimately increase jobs. Businesses will be able to apply for grants of up to €2,500 as the Government has allocated €5 million for the roll-out of the trading online voucher scheme.
You can receive a Galway application for this voucher from the Local Enterprise Office HERE. To receive a Digital Voucher Application Form, please contact Local Enterprise Office Galway @ 091-565269 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you want a website and digital marketing services that generates leads and sales?
Ace of Spades Films is available to discuss your website and digital marketing needs.
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