Amplify - A unique Online recurring Revenue Programme

A unique Online Recurring Revenue Programme has been announced to prepare Carlow SMEs to launch and scale their online membership and subscription offer

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Carlow County Council's Local Enterprise Office today launched The Amplify Programme - to help Carlow based businesses join the thriving global membership and subscription economy. Amplify will guide local business owners through the development and launch of online products that create monthly recurring revenue streams.

Cathaoirleach of Carlow County Council, Fintan Phelan, launching the Programme, said, "Irish SMEs are renowned the world over for their innovative and entrepreneurial approach to business growth.  Amplify introduces an entirely new way to do business online and presents substantial opportunities to those who embrace the model."

The Amplify Programme is valued at €2,500 and is heavily subsidized by Carlow County Council's Local Enterprise Office. The Programme is strictly limited to 6 participants and is four months in duration, requiring an average commitment of 4 hours per week. Due to the limited intake, competition for the intake will be intense, so applications are asked to express their interest as soon as possible.

Speaking about the benefits of the Programme, Maria Couchman, Business Advisor at Carlow County Council’s Local Enterprise Office, said: "The membership and subscription economy is booming across the world. Amplify will enable Carlow businesses to drive revenue and profitability within their existing markets and establish new revenue streams and customer bases in international markets. In addition, how people consume products, services and interact with their providers is changing rapidly. The membership and subscription model embraces these changes, and as we enter a post COVID world, enables business owners to better serve their customers."

Speaking about the Programme, Mícheál O'Neill, CEO of Kelso Digital, said: "Irish SME's have a unique opportunity to get ahead of their competitors and develop highly profitable, monthly recurring revenue streams which can provide business owners with the financial, time and lifestyle freedom they want through the delivery of online memberships, subscriptions, and courses. This Programme will bring them step-by-step, from idea generation to launch of their online product.

Commenting on the supports available from the Local Enterprise Office, Jim Woods, Business Advisor, said, "The funding, training and mentoring we offer, enables Carlow businesses to get on the road to recovery and the Amplify Programme is just one of the services we can deliver. We urge businesses to contact us and let us recommend the programmes that are right for them. That's what we are here for!".

The Amplify Programme is a one-of-a-kind programme, unavailable anywhere else in Ireland today. This is the perfect opportunity for those serious about joining the knowledge and subscription economy and who want to create monthly recurring revenue online.

This model can be implemented by product and service-based businesses alike to produce equally business and life-changing results.

The Amplify Programme will lead participants step-by-step through the conception, planning, and launch of an online membership, subscription, or online course.

Participants will be provided with the skills, guidance, and support they need to develop and deliver an initial offer of a membership, subscription, or online course and have a detailed plan for how to deliver it.

The Programme will commence in October 2021 and continue through January 2022.

Applications for the Programme must be submitted by 20th September.

Full details of The Amplify Programme and a schedule of other Local Enterprise Office training and events can be found at: OR  via submit on


For further detail contact Maria Couchman on 086-8383734


Launching a call for applications for The Amplify Programme announced for businesses in County Carlow.