Free Doing Business in Kinsale App

Kinsale App

Doing Business in Kinsale Free Town App Connecting Kinsale- Digitally

The Doing Business in Kinsale app, or DBIK for short, has thousands of regular users across all different sectors, and was shortlisted for App of the Year at the Digital Business Ireland Awards, alongside major apps like the Covid App. The DBIK app came about during the pandemic as a digital follow-on from my Doing Business in Kinsale guides.The app has since taken on a life of its own, and has become a focused, useful, and interactive forum that has surpassed any of my initial hopes and expectations. The way in which it has been able to support local businesses in such an honest way is fantastic. The app essentially acts as a platform for positivity and connection, providing much needed positive messaging and regular user-friendly updates.
One of the key features of the app is the articles section, with interesting and useful articles from a wide range of stakeholders in the community and beyond, covering a diverse range of subjects relating to the town and its wonderful ethos and community culture.There is also a section where employers can, for free, post job openings, which can assist both employers and potential employees connect in a quick, efficient, and cost-effective way.
The map of the town which features on the app contains pinpoints of the locations of all the town’s defibrillators, and local businesses. From both a resident and potential resident’s perspective, the app acts as the central hub for all things Kinsale and beyond.

New features in the latest app update include a temperature, tide times and wave height pane on the home page of the app. This is extremely useful for a coastal town like Kinsale. Given that the app is free to download, and acts as a community-based project promoting collaboration, it is a must-have for those living or working in the area.
The aims and ambitions behind the creation of the app couldn’t be clearer; following on from the successful Doing Business in Kinsale project (which was shortlisted for CSR -corporate social responsibility- Initiative of the Year) there was an opening for an inclusive, positive forum in which Kinsale could be spotlighted and connected in a way that supported sustainable recovery in a post-pandemic era.

The app includes all local clubs and organisations, helping to promote Kinsale both nationally and internationally. As the saying goes, rising tide lifts all boats. These words of wisdom act as a sort of motto for the DBIK app project- when we work together, collaborate, and support one another, everyone benefits.
That has been the motivation behind the app from the very beginning. Doing Business in Kinsale App and project was founded by accountant Cormac Fitzgerald FCPA and the ideas and visions that went into the project have been excellently brought to fruition with the help of young tech entrepreneur James Gale of Mova Ireland Ltd.



Supporting businesses is a key component of the app, as well as the focus of my business book coming out shortly. Stakeholders in Kinsale can profile their business on the DBIK app as a way of marketing and connecting with others. To profile your business on the app, please contact our team at 021 477 4500, or email info@fitzgeraldandpartners.com.
We would love to hear from you and to allow you to connect your business with the digital platform that is the DBIK app.



Contact our team on 353-21-4774500 to get more information or download our new app on your device.