eircom Business Solutions Digital Boost

Ten companies get Digital Boost from eircom Business Solutions

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Pictured: Conor Mulhall and Viki Mulhall, The Little Milk Company; Gary Disley, eircom Business Solutions; and Theresa Phelan, The Little Milk Company

25 August 2015

Eircom Business Solutions has awarded a total of €101,535 in funding to 10 Irish companies in the second and final round of its Digital Boost initiative to support innovation and growth in their business through investment in digital solutions. This brings the total awarded under eircom Business Solutions’ 2015 Digital Boost seed fund to €250,160.

In total, 27 companies secured funding under the initiative, which is designed to offer tangible assistance to the SME community in  business mobility, digital training, sales and marketing, and business productivity. Programme partners include Google, PayPal, The Digital Marketing Institute, Samsung, Isobar, and Salesforce.

“Over the course of Digital Boost 2015, we’ve seen some really exciting and successful Irish businesses that are focused on adapting their business models, marketing approach or how they engage with their customer in order to grow their businesses,” said Gary Disley, small business director, eircom Business Solutions.

“What is even more encouraging to see is that SMEs do understand the value of digital, and the opportunities it can bring to their business. This fund is a key pillar of our overall strategy to support the growth of Irish SMEs, and to help build digital expertise within those organisations.”

The successful companies were: Breakthrough Cancer Research; Heyday; O’Reilly Training; PhysioCare; Promo World; Smoothie Bikes (as part of Red Hot Productions); The Little Milk Company; TravelBuddy; and Unforgettable Flowers.

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