Even Offline business needs an Online presence
Ireland’s digital economy is forecast to be €21.1bn by 2020, 10% of GDP.
Irish consumers have an average of 3 connected devices
Ireland is ranked 6th (by Google, out of 46 countries) globally for multi-screening
25% of Irish consumers will leave a website that is not mobile responsive
93% of people who research on mobile go on to make a final purchase
Over 90% of Irish people aged 25-34 browse the internet every day.
This penetration slides down through the age groups but still comes in at over 70% of 55 years olds are daily browsers.
6/10 Irish SMEs can’t take sales orders online
9/10 SMEs cant process orders online
Half of Irish SMEs do not have a responsive website
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