Trading Online Voucher Workshop

Venue:
Online
 
Date:
07/07/2020
 
Note:
Tuesday, 7th July, 2020
 
Time:
2:00pm to 5:00pm
 
Category:
Workshop
 

Three hour live information session on the Trading Online Voucher Scheme. Takes place on Tuesday, 7th July, 2020 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

Free
 
 

NOTE:  In order to proceed with your registration and attendance on online courses, Local Enterprise Office Longford is required to share your email address with external course facilitators. If you would prefer that your email address is not shared please let us know immediately and we will remove your registration.

Further information on how your Local Enterprise Office process personal data can be found on www.localenterprise.ie/Longford/Legal/GDPR/ or you can also visit Longford County Council’s website at  www.longfordcoco.ie/your-council/data-protection/

Trading Online Voucher Workshop

Please note that priority will be given to Longford Businesses and Individuals

The Trading Online Voucher Scheme is 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 has recently been revised with 90% support available up to a maximum of €2,500, 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.  As part of the application process you must a attend an information session such at this workshop or similar.

Programme Outline

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.

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
  • be located in the region of the local enterprise office to whom they are applying.

(additional T&Cs apply).

Over 2,000 businesses, just like yours, have already benefitted from the scheme. Don’t get left behind. Your Local Enterprise Office can help and support you throughout the process.

For many businesses, the question is not whether to trade online, it’s how to start.

 

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