Monday September 21, 2020

Looking ahead: Your February tech diary

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

2nd February, 2020
Mental Health in Tech: taking place in Dogpatch Labs in Dublin on February 4

Mental Health in Tech: Taking place in Dogpatch Labs in Dublin on February 4, this event features Aimée-Louise Carton, chief executive of KeepAppy, Shubhangi Karmakar of the Association of Medical Students of Ireland, and Dr Damien Clarke, psychologist.

Silicon Drinkabout: The Belfast chapter of this start-up meet-up holds its next event on February 6 at the Duke of York pub in the city.

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