One in six Irish SMEs have no online presence, survey shows

Poor broadband infrastructure is among the factors keeping firms from going online

15th June, 2016
The number of small firms with a website has risen to 72 per cent

The latest digital health index from IEDR found that many Irish businesses are still not engaging in e-commerce despite the fact that a majority of Irish consumers are buying and transacting online.

Among those firms without a website, more than half said they had no intention of building one in the near future, with 60 per cent of these saying there was no need to have a website in their industry while 35 per cent...

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