Website development funds for two firms

Published 17/12/2013 | 05:42

TWO Wexford companies have been included among 20 small firms which have won website development funds.

The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland's official Internet, said Wexford-based SMEs Killowen Farm, a family run business which produces yoghurt and dairy products using traditional methods from the Dunne Family Farm, and Datascope Ltd, a printer of newspapers and magazines for 49 companies across Ireland, will be included in its OPTIMISE e-Commerce Website Development Fund following their graduation.

Twenty small firms will gain access to the fund to improve their e-commerce capabilities in 2014.

The announcement was made at a ceremony addressed by the Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte, who presented graduation certificates to this year's winners. Now established and entering its fourth year, IEDR'S OPTIMISE Fund has already provided 45 small and micro-business owners with tangible e-tools and features, consultation, training and e-commerce development support services to 'optimise' their existing online presence.

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