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New .uk now available to register

.uk is here

The new .uk is here – it’s shorter and more to the point!  If you have a .co.uk domain and you’ve had it for a year or more it means your matching .uk is already reserved. Before claiming your corresponding .uk or buying your brand new .uk, here’s what you need to know: Who can claim a ‘reserved’ .uk name? If you’re an owner of a .co.uk and you purchased it before 28th October 2013, you will have the automatic right to buy the matching .uk. It means you’ll have the “first right” to the matching .uk domain name for … Continue reading

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Apply now for OPTIMISE Fund 2014

OPTIMISE FUND 2013

Does your business want to improve your website and ecommerce capabilities online? Then apply now for one of 15 places in the 2014 OPTIMISE Fund. The fund, set up by the IE Domain Registry (IEDR), provides small and micro business owners with the tools they need to ‘optimise’ their existing websites and grow their businesses. Successful applicants will benefit from practical training, professional consultation and development support. Since the fund was established 3 years ago, the IEDR have helped 45 small businesses across a range of industries to upgrade their websites in terms of capability, visibility and e-commerce functionality. One … Continue reading

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Attention online retailers: Consumer rights directive is changing

Ecommerce Starter

This Friday the national consumer rights regulations will change and this will impact Ecommerce merchants and their shops. If you have a shop online, here’s what you need to know: The Consumer Rights Directive: The Consumer Rights Directive is a European Directive that most member states need to implement into their national laws. It comes into force on Friday 13th June 2014 and contains a number of new online trading regulations. The objective of the new regulations is to strengthen consumer rights when shopping online and align the laws of EU member states. An example of one of the changes … Continue reading

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