Bank of Ireland announces startup package for small businesses and agri customers

Pictured at the announcement of Bank of Ireland’s new Business Startup Package are (right) Declan Galvin, head of small business at Bank of Ireland, and (left) Paul Wood, marketing director, FCR Media Ireland. Photo: Naoise Culhane.

Pictured at the announcement of Bank of Ireland’s new Business Startup Package are (right) Declan Galvin, head of small business at Bank of Ireland, and (left) Paul Wood, marketing director, FCR Media Ireland. Photo: Naoise Culhane.

Bank of Ireland has announced details of a new Business Startup Package, providing a range of supports to help start and grow a successful business.

The new package provides a range of supports required to start and grow a successful business. The bank has also partnered with a number of professional organisations to offer a suite of digital, legal, and financial support to startups launching their new enterprise.

Bank of Ireland is now collaborating with FCR Media, one of Ireland’s leading digital marketing agencies, to offer new business startup customers free online presence for one year as part of the new package. The free offer includes: a web page, a dotcom domain, free hosting with unlimited bandwidth, 24/7 security protection, a listing on goldenpages.ie, and access to FCR Media’s business centre to manage their listing.

Speaking about the new package, Declan Galvin, head of small business at Bank of Ireland, said: “We are delighted to offer startups a competitive suite of business supports through our new business startup package. Access to professional services is a key component when starting out in business and our new offer provides free access to these professional consultants at a time when cash flow is really important. Our free 24 month business startup package can help with the early stages of setting up a business and remove the cost and complication of trying to do it all yourself.”

To apply for Bank of Ireland’s business startup package, visit bankofIreland.com/startup or call (0818 ) 200413. Alternatively, arrange a meeting to speak with a Bank of Ireland Business Adviser.

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