David Curtin

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IEDR chief executive David Curtin: “By creating a regulated secondary market, we are providing increased access to a respected and valued domain while protecting consumers from rogue traders”

The IE Domain Registry is taking to the Irish public to get opinions on a new policy that will see website address owners permitted to sell their doma(...)

IE Domain Registry chief executive David Curtin said “E-commerce functionality is . . . just as important as any other aspect of running a business.”

New dot.ie domain registrations rose more than 13 per cent last year, with net registrations up by almost 50 per cent, the IE Domain Registry said. (...)

Some 19 per cent of SMEs are still unable to process sales online, either through a website of third-party platform. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Irish businesses are still not actively engaging in ecommerce and a sixth of small and medium-sized enterprises do not even have an online presence, a(...)

Leading the way: Paul O’Connell gives players a pep talk during a recent rugby international. Photograph:  ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan

What are Teeling Whiskey, Keelings and Frockadvisor doing to take their businesses to the next level? Dublin Chamber’s Momentum Summit is taking plac(...)

The .ie domain name registry is about to introduce a policy change with the country’s Irish language in mind, allowing businesses to register domain (...)

Workers collect customer orders during Black Friday deals week at an Amazon fulfilment centre in Hemel Hempstead, England.

Irish consumers are expected to spend more than €4 million per hour on bargains tomorrow, as part of Black Friday shopping. An estimated €109 million (...)

Chief executive of  IEDR David Curtin:  “Our research has consistently shown that Ireland’s small businesses often struggle to develop an online sales presence.”

Nine out of every 10 websites for Irish small and medium-sized enterprises cannot process sales, according to research commissioned by IEDR, the organ(...)

More than 30,000 new domain names were registered with the Irish domain registry agency (IEDR) last year, bringing the total number of registered .ie (...)

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