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The fifth annual Digital Summit, organised by The Sunday Business Post, took place in Croke Park last month. The day-long event, chaired by Anthony Quigley of the Digital Marketing Institute, was a

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
8th June, 2014

The fifth annual Digital Summit, organised by The Sunday Business Post, took place in Croke Park last month.

The day-long event, chaired by Anthony Quigley of the Digital Marketing Institute, was attended by 350 people and featured presentations and discussions from major players in the industry.

Multinationals such as Facebook and Google were represented along with Irish firms Wolfgang Digital and ChangeAgents.

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