If there is anything good to come out of the coronavirus lockdown, and there’s not a huge amount, one thing is the way both businesses and communities are endeavouring to support each other to get through the pandemic.
In the latest display of business solidarity DMG Media Ireland publishers of the Irish Daily Mail, the Irish Mail on Sunday, Extra.ie, EVOKE, RollerCoaster.ie, MailOnline and RollerCoaster.ie, have launched a €1m advertising fund for small businesses hit by the fall-out from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The ‘DMG Media Shop Ireland’ scheme will provide 200 small businesses with an advertising package worth €5,000 each, and is targeted at those companies that are still operating, and those who are hoping to open safely once restrictions are eased.
The group titles reach over 3.3 million Irish adults every month in Ireland and the free advertising packages will reach a minimum of 500,000 potential customers through campaigns which will be tailored for each business with the campaigns running across DMG’s newspapers and websites.
The scheme is also backed by the Small Firms Association.
Heres that website address best of luck!
UPDATE: After less than 24 hours and a huge response the offer has been closed. You snooze you lose!