Trading Online Voucher Webinar - 24th Jan 2022

9.30am - 12.30pm

An initiative under the Government’s National Digital Strategy, the Trading Online Voucher Scheme helps small businesses trade online to boost their sales and reach new markets. This scheme is a matched-funding opportunity with up to €2,500 available.

This event is no longer available
NB: We will email you the details to log in the day before the event, once you are registered for the Trading Online Voucher Webinar.
*Zoom details will not be sent to Web Consultants / Design Agencies 



Ineligible Businesses as Defined by NACE Code

Description of NACE Code Categories under which some sub-categories are excluded from TOVs

NACE Code Reference for the sub-categories

Detailed Descriptions of the Excluded Businesses ineligible for a TOV


Manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products


(26.1 – 26.4)

2611   Manufacture of electronic components

2612   Manufacture of loaded electronic boards

2620   Manufacture of computers and peripheral equipment

2630   Manufacture of communication equipment

2640   Manufacture of consumer electronics

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles


(46.5.0 – 46.5.2, 47.4.0 - 47.4.3, 47.9.0 – 47.9.9)


4651   Wholesale of computers, computer peripheral equipment and software

4652   Wholesale of electronic and telecommunications equipment and parts

4741   Retail sale of computers, peripheral units and software in specialised stores

4742   Retail sale of telecommunications equipment in

specialised stores

4743   Retail sale of audio and video equipment in specialised stores

4791   Retail sale via mail order houses or via Internet

4799   Other retail sale not in stores, stalls or markets

Air Transport



5110   Passenger air transport

5121   Freight air transport

5122   Space transport

Information and communications


(58 – 63)

5811   Book publishing

5812   Publishing of directories and mailing lists

5813   Publishing of newspapers

5814   Publishing of journals and periodicals

5819   Other publishing activities

5821   Publishing of computer games

5829   Other software publishing

5911   Motion picture, video and television programme production activities

5912   Motion picture, video and television programme

post-production activities

5913   Motion picture, video and television programme distribution activities

5914   Motion picture projection activities

5920   Sound recording and music publishing activities

6010   Radio broadcasting

6020   Television programming and broadcasting activities

6110   Wired telecommunications activities

6120   Wireless telecommunications activities

6130   Satellite telecommunications activities

6190   Other telecommunications activities

6201   Computer programming activities

6202   Computer consultancy activities

6203   Computer facilities management activities

6209   Other information technology and computer service activities

6311   Data processing, hosting and related activities

6312   Web portals

6391   News agency activities

6399   Other information service activities n.e.c.

Financial and insurance activities


(64 -66)

6411   Central banking

6419   Other monetary intermediation

6420   Activities of holding companies

6430   Trusts, funds and similar financial entities

6491   Financial leasing

6492   Other credit granting

6499   Other financial service activities, except insurance and

pension funding n.e.c.

6511   Life insurance

6512   Non-life insurance

6520   Reinsurance

6530   Pension funding

6611   Administration of financial markets

6612   Security and commodity contracts brokerage

6619   Other activities auxiliary to financial services, except

insurance and pension funding

6621   Risk and damage evaluation

6622   Activities of insurance agents and brokers

6629   Other activities auxiliary to insurance and pension funding

6630   Fund management activities

Real estate activities



6810   Buying and selling of own real estate

6820   Renting and operating of own or leased real estate

6831   Real estate agencies

6832   Management of real estate on a fee or contract basis

Professional, scientific and technical activities



7311   Advertising agencies

7312   Media representation

7320   Market research and public opinion polling

Public administration and defence; compulsory social security



8411   General public administration activities

8412   Regulation of the activities of providing health care, education, cultural services and other social services, excluding social security

8413   Regulation of and contribution to more efficient operation of businesses

8421   Foreign affairs

8422   Defence activities

8423   Justice and judicial activities

8424   Public order and safety activities

8425   Fire service activities

8430   Compulsory social security activities




8510   Pre-primary education

8520   Primary education

8531   General secondary education

8532   Technical and vocational secondary education

8541   Post-secondary non-tertiary education

8542   Tertiary education

8551   Sports and recreation education

8552   Cultural education

8553   Driving school activities

8559   Other education n.e.c.

8560   Educational support activities

Arts, Entertainment and recreation


(91 – 92, 93.2.0 – 93.2.9)

9101   Library and archives activities

9102   Museums activities

9103   Operation of historical sites and buildings and similar

visitor attractions

9104   Botanical and zoological gardens and nature reserves activities

9200   Gambling and betting activities

9321   Activities of amusement parks and theme parks

9329   Other amusement and recreation activities

Other activities



9411   Activities of business and employers membership organisations

9412   Activities of professional membership organisations

9420   Activities of trade unions

9491   Activities of religious organisations

9492   Activities of political organisations

9499   Activities of other membership organisations n.e.c.



  • There is no LEO discretion in respect of NACE code eligibility for applicants who complete a webinar/mentoring session on or after the 8th February 2021.
  • There are categories of business excluded from the Trading Online Voucher Scheme as defined by their NACE code. A number of sectors are identified by their NACE codes in which exclusions apply in terms of the Trading Online Voucher Scheme. The NACE code for a business can be checked via CRO registration.



Trading Online Voucher Scheme – Live Information Webinar


In these uncertain times, your Local Enterprise Office is a trusted advisor helping you navigate your business through COVID19.  Together with The Entrepreneurs Academy we have reacted quickly, pivoted and moved our information sessions online to specifically to support you, our SME and Micro Enterprise clients through the current challenges and changes to the business environment.


An initiative under the Government’s National Digital Strategy, the Trading Online Voucher Scheme helps small businesses trade more online to boost their sales and reach new markets. This scheme is a co-funding opportunity with up to €2,500 available, with further supports provided by Local Enterprise Offices. Funding can be used towards eligible costs such as digital marketing strategies, e-commerce websites or app development.


Funding can be used towards eligible costs such as:


  • digital marketing strategies
  • e-commerce websites
  • app development


With the current business challenges and an increasing number of businesses moving online, making informed decisions is vital, so the free help and training provided by Local Enterprise Offices puts you in a position to decide what is best for your business.

Cutting the cost of developing your online trading capacity by up to 50% can make the investment very affordable for many small businesses.

This online mandatory Information session will 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.


Participants will receive their application form following registration and attendance at this online seminar.


Qualifying Businesses

  • no more than 10 employees;
  • less than €2m in turnover;
  • be trading for at least 6 months


Date: 24th January 2022

EXPERT Training Team:  The Entrepreneurs Academy

Delivery : Online using Zoom – A simple “Click and Enter” process.


What to Expect – A highly interactive session with live Q&A, Networking Virtual Breakout Rooms and Downloadable Slide-deck and Application form


We will email you the details to log in the day before the event, once you are registered.