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Under the Government’s National Digital Strategy, the expanded Trading Online Voucher Scheme helps small businesses with up to 10 employees to trade more online, boost sales and reach new markets. There is up to €2,500 available through the Local Enterprise Offices with co-funding of 10% from the business*. See Local Enterprise Office website for more details or call 087 4648402
Funding can be used towards adding payment facilities or booking systems to your website or developing new apps for your customers. The voucher can also be used towards subscriptions to low cost online retail platform solutions, to help companies quickly establish a retailing presence online.
Information sessions cover various topics, including developing a website, digital marketing, social media for business and search engine optimisation. The information provided is impartial and will help you decide on what trading online options, are right for your business.
To qualify for the scheme, businesses must have:
- no more than 10 employees;
- less than €2m in turnover;
- be trading for at least 6 months and
- be located in the region of the local enterprise office to whom they are applying.
(additional T&Cs apply).
Clare Local Development Company would like to share some important information with migrant community members which might be of benefit to you, your family or friends in relation to Covid-19/ Coronavirus.
It is SAFE for all migrants to access essential services (Healthcare or Social Welfare). The Irish Government has confirmed to Migrants Right Centre Ireland that all people – documented or undocumented – can access healthcare and social services without fear.
If you have any questions about accessing healthcare or social welfare, any immigration or employment concerns, you can contact the Migrants Right Centre Ireland by phone on 01- 8897570, web query on their website: https://www.mrci.ie/contact-us/ and by email at email@example.com, Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.
Healthcare or Social Welfare Services will not share information with the Department of Justice and Equality.
If Clare Local Development Company can help you in any way please contact Samantha on 0876959366 or firstname.lastname@example.org