Senior financial officials in Clare County Council have said the “hybrid model” of having an online and street presence is proving to be a success for businesses in the county.
Sandra Hennessey has been working in Digital Marketing for 18 years. Now the owner of’ Be Dynamic’ marketing agency, Sandra first became acquainted with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in 2002.
Anne Leyden has been running Ennis Gourmet Store for 23 years now. As one of the first gourmet stores within the town, the original concept was to bring the best of Irish and Continental foods to Ennis.
Mods & Minis has been trading in the town of Ennis since 2011. The colourful children’s store is a one stop shop for kids’ clothes up to the age of 12, stocking a range of popular, fashionable and functional clothing at a very reasonable price.
Clare’s small businesses have been encouraged to apply for a new loan to allow them prepare for Brexit.
Newmarket-on-Fergus man Gary Collins offers a documentary and candid style of wedding photography.
TWENTY THREE years into their confectionery journey, Wilde Irish Chocolate could have been forgiven for believing their dreams were melting away with the arrival of Covid-19.
THE Clare Echo has teamed up with Local Enterprise Office Clare to promote local online shopping in County Clare.
The amount of Clare businesses preparing to trade online has been described as “phenomenal”.
Global podcast consumption went up 42% between March and April of this year while an increase in the amount of Clare people producing their own podcasts has also been noted.