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firm develops Simple system for selling online

SELLING online can be complicated and costly, but a new Dublin-based company SAMM plans to change all that.

The company has designed a way for businesses to create a hassle free, easy to update and low-cost way to create an online store.

"Businesses will be able to upload pictures and details of what they want to sell from even their mobile, it couldn't be any easier," co-founder Niall O'Neill (pictured above) told the Herald.

"Selling online usually takes time, money and expertise but we want to change that. We've stripped away the complexity."

The system is currently in the test stage and the response has been overwhelming. SAAM is working with representatives across their target markets and with city centre retail giant the Ilaac Centre to iron out any kinks in the product.

Niall and his business partner Alexander Kryshtalev turned to Inner City Enterprise (ICE) to seek low-interest finance and mentoring services and soon got things off the ground.

It took Niall and his team two years to develop the system, but the Glasnevin native is confident SAMM will be a success.