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Website Design Grants in Ireland

Website Design Grants Are Now Available in Ireland

There are a couple of options that are available to businesses looking to create a website or to develop an online marketing campaign for their company. We recommend that you check with your local enterprise office or department of social protection to ensure that they are available in your area

Blade Web Designs are happy to discuss your requirements and provide a quotation for Website Design and Information Technology services

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Local Enterprise Office

Trading Online Voucher Scheme – up to €2,500 grant available

Grow your business with help from this Government grant scheme, designed to assist small businesses. It offers financial assistance of up to €2,500 along with training and advice to help your business trade online.  Participating in this scheme can make the process of trading online much easier for you.

Making informed decisions is vital for all business, so the free help and training provided by your local enterprise office 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 out there. 

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 12 months and
  • 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. Voucher numbers are limited so contact us today for more information and application details.

Businesses that participated in the scheme reported that, on average they saw their sales increase by 20%, with an 80% jump in sales leads and 3 in 5 exporting for the first time.  

For many businesses, the question is not whether to trade online, it’s how to start.  At least 2,000 small businesses have found answers to that question and a helping hand to take that step through the Trading Online Voucher Scheme. Some of them are your competitors.

The first port of call for any small business thinking of developing their trading online capacity is to contact their LEO.

 

Back to Work Enterprise Allowance

    

You may qualify for a Back to Work Enterprise Allowance (BTWEA) if you are setting up as self-employed in a business that has been approved in advance in writing by a DSP case officer or Local Development Company (LDC)

In addition to income support (your weekly payment), you can also get financial support with the costs of setting up your business. These supports are provided under a scheme called the Enterprise Support Grant (ESG). (The ESG replaced the Technical Assistance and Training Scheme (TATS) from 16 April 2014.) You can only get the ESG if you have been approved for the Back to Work Enterprise Allowance. The business plan you submit as part of your application for the scheme must set out the rationale and requirement for financial support. The ESG can pay a total of €2,500 in any 24-month period (The ESG is paid to people getting the Short-Term Enterprise Allowance on a pro-rata basis). You must be able to make a matching contribution of at least 20% to access grant support. You need to provide documentary evidence of the costs.

A grant of up €500 is available for Website registration, related services and production
( subject to a 20% contribution )

Please contact your local Case Officer to confirm you qualify