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Tuesday 24 November 2020
DCCI will launch phase 2 of the #MADELOCAL campaign on Friday 6th November and are inviting you to take part.
The goal of the campaign is to sustain our sector during this pandemic, supporting Irish designers and makers, as well as the retailers that sell your work.
Phase 2 will focus specifically on buying Irish made gifts in the run up to Christmas.
Participation is free – all we ask is that you fill out the online form:
We ask that all participants agree to only use the point of sale material for brands made in Ireland (see terms and conditions on the form).
The #MADELOCAL campaign highlights to consumers the wealth of Irish made products that are available to buy in-store, on-line and in-studio. It encourages people to buy products made in Ireland when gifting this year. It raises consumer awareness through:
To get the best out of the campaign (so that consumers can reach you) we recommend that you:
In late July DCCI launched the #MADELOCAL campaign encouraging consumers to buy products that are made in Ireland. The campaign was very successful with over 800 makers and 140 retailers (representing over 170 shops) coming on board.
If you would like to find out more about the #MADELOCAL campaign and how you can make the best of it please log onto this brief webinar HERE and we will be in touch with more details and another webinar on phase 2 of the campaign in the coming weeks.
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