Enterprise Ireland have announced a fund of €5.5m for Irish Retailers who wish to achieve a step change in their online capability.
Successful applicants will be awarded funding to support a maximum of 80% of the project eligible costs with a maximum grant of €40,000. BDO Digital have hands-on experience working with the Online Retail Scheme supporting Irish Retailers to grow their business locally and globally. This fund is business critical.
Applications for the EI Online Retail
Scheme funding are invited through a public call for submission of projects.
BDO Digital can help your retail business. Utilising the EI Online Retail Scheme, you can be awarded funding up to 80% of the project eligible costs (maximum €40,000). At BDO Digital, we know how to design, develop and enhance your company's capability to use eCommerce. Our expertise and capabilities means we know how to use online an effective channel for customer acquisition, market expansion and cost efficiency goals.
Expert Webinar from BDO Digital COVID-19 Online Retail Scheme Wednesday 9 September 12 midday.
The Enterprise Ireland Online Retail Scheme has been created for Irish Retailers who wish to transform their online capability. BDO Digital will show you step-by-step how you can achieve this during this 30 minute hands-on webinar.
Our BDO Digital Online and eCommerce experts have specific, direct experience of running online businesses. During this 30 minute webinar next Wednesday 9 September, we will show you a detailed framework and process to design, develop and enhance your company's capability to use eCommerce. This BDO Digital Framework is grounded in the realities of working with retailers who have grown their business online. You will learn how to use the EI Online Retail Scheme to grow your business, reduce your workload and maximise your company’s investment in the scheme to deliver real tangible results.
Date: Wednesday 9 September 2020
The applicant must be an Irish-owned retail enterprise that had 10 or more full-time employees on a full-time equivalent basis on or before 29 February 2020 and has the potential to sustain or create jobs, generate growth in online transactions and with an ambition to internationalise their business in future. An application must be submitted in the name of a company registered with the Companies Registration Office and incorporated in the Republic of Ireland at the time of application. The business must also:
Please note: There is no obligation to use an external service provider from the list to avail of this support funding and applicants are strongly encouraged to properly vet any external service provider they are considering employing. No liability will accrue to Enterprise Ireland, for either the company's choice or the external service provider's performance.