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IOM Will Present E-Commerce Assets To Irish E-Businesses

Tax-News, London

09 September 2002


A delegation from the Isle of Man led by Tim Craine, the Island’s Director of E-Commerce, will make a presentation to leading figures from Ireland's e-business community on 25th September at the Berkeley Court Hotel in Dublin.

The presentation, entitled ‘The Isle of Man as an Offshore Centre for E-business’, aims to generate inward investment to the Isle of Man, and will introduce the attractions of the Isle of Man as an e-commerce centre. Attendees will include e-businesses owners and their advisers, financiers, venture capitalists and software companies.

Tim Craine has already visited Dublin twice this year to hold a series of one-to-one briefings with members of Ireland’s e-business community. The success of these earlier visits has prompted the E-Commerce Division to stage a full presentation.

Tim Craine said:

“My earlier visits to Dublin proved an excellent way for me to gather intelligence about what Ireland’s e-business community is looking for from an e-commerce centre. They also demonstrated that there is an appetite for the Isle of Man’s offering.

“With this in mind we have decided to re-visit Dublin, this time staging a full presentation. At present, the business relationships that I have established with companies based there are informal as we explore ways in which we can work together. I am confident that, in time, these relationships will be formalised as companies start to take advantage of the Isle of Man’s legal, technological and fiscal infrastructure.”

Tim Craine will be accompanied by Chris Hall, Managing Director of Manx Telecom; Paul Dougherty, Principal at Dougherty Associates; and Arthur Lancaster, a Tax Director of Ernst & Young Trust Co Ltd.


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