How do I register a .ie domain for my business?

In order to register a .ie domain, you simply need to show your connection to Ireland. Gone are the days where you had to fax a letter to explain how the domain relates to you and/or your business.

To register a .ie domain name for your business/company, you can place an order on our website and when asked to show your connection to Ireland, select the second option 'A business (LTD company, RBN Sole trader).

You will then be asked to provide one of the following:

CRO/RBN number
VAT number
Tax clearance certificate
Irish/European Community Trademark number
WIPO Trademark number
Registered Charity number

Alternatively, if you already have a .ie domain name registered and wish to register this new domain with the same owner details, you simply need to confirm your existing .ie domain with your order and we can pass your application.

If you are providing a CRO number to register a .ie domain to your limited company, please ensure your company name is provided exactly as is on the company as this will speed up your .ie domain name application.

If you need any more information here, please get in contact with our Sales team and they will be happy to check it for you.

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