It is possible to register a .ie domain name to a business not located in Ireland, but that business must be able to show their connection to Ireland. This can be done by providing a copy of an invoice issued by the business to an Irish address.

To register a .ie domain name, 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)’.

After your order goes through, you will receive an email asking for one of the following:

–    Sales invoices showing that the business sells goods or services in the island of Ireland
–    Signed letter from a third-party solicitor, accountant, bank manager or auditor, confirming that the business is selling goods or services in the island of Ireland
–    Irish or EU Community Trademark number or certificate
–    WIPO Trademark number or certificate (if enforceable in Ireland)

You may also need to provide the admin contact details (name, address, phone number and email address) for a director/staff member of the business.

If you have any questions on this, please feel free to drop our Sales team a message and they will be happy to advise from there.