The Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment has made regulations to implement the EU “Disclosure Directive”. The Regulations will extend the requirements to the disclosure of a company’s particulars on its letterheads and order forms to electronic communications and websites with effect from 1 April 2007.

Failure to display the requisite information on business letters, electronic communications and websites will constitute a criminal offence subject to a maximum fine of €2,000 and companies should take immediate steps to ensure they are compliant with the Regulations by 1 April 2007.

All Companies in Ireland will have to display their company registration information, on their website and all emails. Companies are required to display the following:
Company Registration Name
Registration Office
Company Registration Number

 

The IIA with the Wexford County Enterprise Board presented a half day seminar in the Ferrycarrig Hotel on Jan 25th entitled “Bringing Your Website to the Next Level”.

Three industry experts presented on areas such as website design, search engine marketing and e-commerce. Graphedia were speakers at the Seminar discussing the benefits of good design.

Niall Reck from Graphedia, gave a presentation on the benefits of good design for E Commerce. Discussing design issues to be aware of and to introduce in to websites. With an attendance of 72 local Wexford Business, Attendees got a chance to have a questions and answers with all speakers and a one on one sessions after the seminar.