Attendees at the Dublin Web Summit wondering what to do in Dublin after the Summit will be able to attend a series of free gigs in Dublin's city centre (and those without tickets can buy some to the Web Summit by Night event too)
The first set of speakers at this year's Dublin Web Summit have been announced; a list that consists mostly, and quite purposely, of female entrepreneurs in tech as founder Paddy Cosgrave attempts to highlight this growing demographic.
The names of the five start-ups shortlisted for the final round of the ESB Electric Ireland Spark of Genius Award have been announced and will now go head-to-head at tomorrow's Dublin Web Summit to win a support package worth €40,000 and an investment offer of €100,000.
With seven weeks to go until October's Dublin Web Summit, a major keynote speaker from Facebook has been announced; Ethan Beard. Ethan is one of eight speakers announced this week, with over 60 speakers planned for October's event.
Officially launching October’s Dublin Web Summit at the Clarence Hotel this morning, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, announced that some of Asia’s leading technology entrepreneurs, CEOs and investors will be attending autumn’s web summit, as well as the invite-only networking event F.ounders, both of which take place in Dublin towards the end of October.
Details relating to the next event in the Dublin Web Summit series will be announced Monday, July 11th, when October’s web summit will be officially launched by Richard Bruton, Ireland’s minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.
The sixth Dublin Web Summit took place in the RDS, Dublin yesterday and was undoubtedly a great success. As well as live blogging yesterday's proceeding, we also captured some photos before and after the main speaking events.
We're at the sixth and largest Dublin Web summit today in the RDS, Dublin and will be live blogging the entire day's proceedings. With a great lineup of speakers onboard and almost 1,000 of the world's leading entrepreneurs, investors, business leaders and media organisations pledging attendance to this summer summit, it's hard not to be inspired.
The Dublin Web Summit is now officially the largest start-up tech event in Ireland and the UK with almost one thousand of the world’s most influential business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and media organisations attending tomorrow’s summer summit.