Attending events & trade shows are the best ways to get the word out about your start-up but what advice should entrepreneurs remember when attending? We asked Andreas Cser, the President of Tjobs S.A. one of the high-potential start-ups recognised at this year's Dublin Web Summit.
Cellphone radiation is a contentious issue. The World Health Organisation describes it as possibly carcinogenic, and most research to date has proved inconclusive. Whether that research is proven or not, many would prefer to air on the side of caution. For that reason, Israeli startup Tawkon has created an Android app that attempts to limit users' exposure to harmful levels of cellphone radiation.
Just when you thought the web was saturated with dating sites (and it probably is), Tawkify comes along. We caught-up with Kenneth Shaw, co-founder and CEO of the Silicon Valley-based startup at the Dublin Web Summit and listened to his story.
Day two of the Dublin Web Summit has ended with another great line-up of speakers and startup presentations. The Electric Ireland Spark of Genius competition came to a close with SmartThings announced as the overall winner and recipient of a €100,000 cash prize. Here's our image round-up of the second and final day of the Dublin Web Summit.
Day one of the Dublin Web Summit has almost ended. Now the largest tech conference in Europe, the scale of this year's event is evident - over 200 speakers, 370 exhibiting startups and 4,000 in attendance. Our day one gallery should give you a flavour of the day's proceedings.