How to apply for your Trading Online Voucher from your Local Enterprise Office.
Confused about these vouchers and how they can help you? Same, so I've done a bit of research and compiled as much as I could here.
To begin the process, you need to get a quote from three different businesses. This is just to show that you are doing your due diligence and have a good idea of what is out there and what's available to you. If you would like to receive a quote from me please do let me know HERE and I'll follow up with you as soon as possible.
Once you have your three quotes, you can get started with your Application. Do reach out to your Local Enterprise Office for this. You may need to take part in an online informational session - which I would highly recommend as it is very informative.
After you have filled out your application form and submitted it to your Local Enterprise Office, they will (hopefully) follow up with you with a letter of offer. This is the go ahead for us to start working together! I'll get cracking on your website, you pay me and I'll give you an invoice so that you can go ahead and submit the proof of purchase and draw down the funds.
How much can I claim?
You can claim up to €2,500 and/or 90% of the invoice.
Web developer : €1,500 (exc. VAT)
Photographer : €1,000 (exc. VAT)
Shopify subscription for 2 years : $558USD (approx €520 as of May 6th 2020)
Amount you can claim; €2,500
The least you need to spend in order to claim the full voucher of €2,500 is €2,777
If you submit €2,000 you will get €1,800 back - which means you only end up paying for 10% of the invoice plus any VAT due.
*For applications received from April 7th 2020 until September 30th 2020. Further eligibility, terms and conditions apply.