Irish food businesses encouraged to avail of €3,600 Digital Start grant
Sarah McIntosh
SMEs and micro businesses in the food sector are being encouraged to avail of the Digital Start grant, offering up to €3,600 to facilitate digitisation in Irish companies, Sarah McIntosh writes.
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