Posts tagged Ireland
Why Does my Business Need Email Marketing?

The most basic description for email marketing can be defined as: the use of email to promote your business. It is used to create and nurture relationships with potential or current customers, keep them informed and updated on what’s going on with your brand, offer coupons and other exclusive discounts to encourage customer loyalty, and more depending on what type of business you’re in.

It is a direct form of marketing, the digital equivalent of sending brochures or flyers through traditional mail - except email marketing is much more efficient both for your wallet and for the environment.

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What is Google Ads and why Should I Use it?

If you’re like most business owners, the idea of running ads on Google is both enticing and intimidating. Chances are, if you do everything correctly, Google Ads could truly transform your business. But any mistake could result in you spending thousands of dollars with disappointing results.

But these risks and rewards do not really describe what this marketing platform is or how it works. Let's go over how it works, how it can benefit you and how you can get started.

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Business Grants and Support for SMEs and Startups in Ireland

The Irish economy has recovered from its darker days in an admirable way, and one of the factors that aided that recovery was the startup culture that it began to foster and nurture.

By attracting both tech giants and talent alike, Ireland managed to create a stimulating environment for business to start booming. The country is now entering a post-recovery phase where households are enjoying an increase in their income.

One of the ways the Irish Government is supporting that growth is by making incentives, grants and funds accessible to businesses.

Below is a list of some of the benefits that can help a Small Medium Enterprise (SME) or a startup regardless of what stage they find themselves in.


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The Best 8 Universities to Study in Ireland

Due to a refreshing stance on growing and improving as a country, the Irish Government is keen on investing in the innovation and prestige of what their schools offer in terms of education.

Not only are there great efforts to support young entrepreneurs and startups, but the country’s best schools also want to be a part of a global network of students. This means, the best schools have comprehensive programmes for foreign students and welcomes them in large numbers.

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