“We first heard about the trading online voucher through LEO Roscommon. The scheme was very accessible and we found participating to be a very smooth process from start to finish. Our focus was to enhance our existing website using search engine optimisation in order to increase traffic to our website and generate new customers. Participating in the trading online voucher scheme was very beneficial for our business and has resulted in an increase in our online sales. We’ve increased our customer base and are now serving customers all over the country, for instance in Donegal, Cork, Kerry and Dublin and have even had international sales in Dubai and the US.”
Cormican School + Art Supplies
If you are interested in applying for the Trading Online Voucher Scheme and wish to build or upgrade your website for
e-commerce, contact Jeremy Cullen LEO Roscommon on 09066 26263.
Cormicans School & Art Supplies from Roscommon was selected by the Department of Communications, Energy & Natural Resources as a successful case study of the Trading Online Voucher Scheme. Cormicans School & Art supplies through the Local Enterprise Office Roscommon very successfully upgraded their e-commerce website through the initiative.
The event was held at Dublin Castle on the 31st of May.
Pictured are Louise Ward, Head of Enterprise, Denis Naughten T.D, Minister for Communications, Climate Change and Natural Resources, Fergal Cormican, Cormicans School & Art Supplies, Jeremy Cullen, Local Enterprise Office Roscommon.