Cork 2019: A thriving tech hub

This week’s software development conference Rebelcon will showcase Cork’s booming technology sector, writes Chrissie Russell

16th June, 2019
Rebelcon co-founders Stephanie Sheehan of Poppulo, Aidan Casey of Johnson Controls and Damien Daly of Poppulo Picture: Darragh Kane

For a third year in a row, Cork will play host this week to software development conference Rebelcon, with more than 300 industry experts set to attend the prestigious event.

The continued success of the venture, which will take place this Wednesday and Thursday at Clayton Hotel Cork City, is testament to the thriving tech sector represented in the region.

With more than 300 ICT-related companies, employing 29,000-plus people, the tech sector is now the fastest...

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