Membership

Membership of the Ecommerce Association of Ireland is open to businesses, organizations and individuals involved with ecommerce either in Ireland or internationally. Our membership fee is based off the organisation size and is used to support the activities of the association. Members obtain access to reserved content and may from time to time be offered reduced rates for events, conferences, educational opportunities, market reports and other services. 

Membership benefits

  • Access to an extensive provision of information and guidance on current standards and legislation across the E-Commerce market in Ireland and abroad for export opportunity
  • Entry to an experienced membership base through our forum including businesses trading online, providers of services to the E-Commerce sector and professionals working in this industry that will facilitate debate, generation of ideas and cooperation across all parties.
  • Discounted pricing to all ECAI events throughout the year
  • Access to market specific reports and educational content in the form of courses, blogs, videos and podcasts
  • Opportunity to attain ECAI accreditation through our annual auditing service (to include critical feedback) that will assure the public as to the quality and credibility of your website or service.
  • Entrance to the ECAI loyalty scheme that will provide you with numerous offers and discounts across E-Commerce businesses and services.

Annual membership of the ECAI.

  • Access to our e-commerce forum
  • Access to membership only content.
  • Discounts available across our Accreditation Programme
  • 3 Free Member Passes annually to be used across any of our 4 E-Commerce events
  • Favorable rates to exhibit and participate in E-Commerce Conference
  • Access to the ECAI loyalty scheme
Duration: 1 year
Price: €120.00

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Mission

Founded in 2015 with a purpose of setting standards, the eCommerce Association of Ireland (eC.A.I.) encourages good practice, provides information, and promotes the use of eCommerce in Ireland.



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