Friday August 14, 2020

Online trading goes Bang for companies

A new online e-commerce site is targeting Irish companies that want to begin trading online.

6th March, 2010

A new online e-commerce site is targeting Irish companies that want to begin trading online. Bang.ie charges a 3 per cent commission per online trade, but is capped at €50 per month. The service was founded in December by Sean Kirwan, who set up the web commerce firm Denobi seven years ago.

“The idea to this is that it's good for start-ups, as there's no setup fee,” said Kirwan. “But it's also good for the...

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