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.IE Digital Town Awards 2023 are now open

8th February 2023

I’m delighted to announce that the .IE Digital Town Awards are now open for applications! We’re calling on towns and communities across Ireland to enter the .IE Digital Town Awards 2023, which celebrate the digital achievements of local towns and citizens across the country. There is a total prize fund of €100,000 across a range of categories for town projects that include a digital element. These projects could be in areas such as sustainability, agri-tech, digital tourism, community, education, and digital business. Entry to the Awards is free, applications close at 5pm on Friday 3 March 2023.

Full details on the Award categories, the judging panel and judging criteria are available on our website.

This is an ideal opportunity to raise the profile of towns and communities across Ireland and to help retain existing and attract new workers and residents to your town. A digitally advanced town can encourage investment from new and existing employers or support a start-up community. The .IE Digital Town Awards create a sense of pride in a town and act as a catalyst for creating positive change.

We are delighted to announce Vodafone as our award partner for 2023. We also welcome our category sponsors Western Development Commission, Connected Hubs and AIB Merchant Services.

We would appreciate if you could please share the Awards details with your contacts, networks and those who think might be interested in entering.

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 The .IE Digital Towns Awards 2023 is an initiative of .IE, the managers of Ireland’s trusted online .ie address.


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