About the eC.A.I.

The eCommerce Association of Ireland (eC.A.I.) was founded in 2015 with a purpose of setting standards, encouraging good practice, providing information, and promoting the use of eCommerce in Ireland.

Accreditation

eC.A.I. members choose to be audited on joining and on an annual basis to uphold minimum requirements and gain accreditation.

Advocacy

The eC.A.I. advocates on behalf of, and informs members of relevant legislation and policy in Ireland and at E.U. level.

Build and Gain Trust

Trust is at the core of eCommerce worldwide

Consumers and businesses alike, deserve a minimum standard of service when buying or paying for goods and services online. eC.A.I.’s standards focus on streamlining best practice in all sectors of the industry, with an end goal of maximising business potential for its members, while promoting safe, efficient and user friendly shopping environments for consumers and B2B users.

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Informing and Training

Stay updated on technologies, policy and practice

It's important to keep up to date with latest trends, technologies and practices. The eC.A.I. holds regular meetups which you can sign up for at http://www.meetup.com/ecommerceassociationireland.

Additionally we send members regular newsletters detailing advancements in the industry, policy issues, and valuable insights.

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1. Sharkey Consulting

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Address: Dublin Leinster
Sharkey Consulting offer a full range of specialist ecommerce website packages coupled with professional advice & long term support. Specializing in online shop systems, we also work with membership, booking, and subscription based businesses. » More Info

2. Shopism.com

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Address: Dublin Dublin
Shopism is an online marketplace exclusively for "bricks and mortar" retailers. Local shops compete on choice and service by selling extra products on their site or kiosk, shipped directly by their suppliers. Without the cost of investing in stock. » More Info