Thursday October 29, 2020

Silicon Valley is coming to Ireland to hear pitches

Indigenous high-tech start-ups will have a chance to pitch to international investors during a two-day event taking place in Cork early next year.

4th November, 2012
Barry O'Sullivan, senior vice-president, Cisco, and Cian Hughes, head of operations, ITLG at the announcement of the ITLG Silicon Valley Comes To Ireland event. Photo: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Indigenous high-tech start-ups will have a chance to pitch to international investors during a two-day event taking place in Cork in early 2013.

Silicon Valley Comes To Ireland will see a range of events take place around the city on January 21 and 22 with top executives, entrepreneurs and venture capital investors from Silicon Valley, Hollywood and the east coast of the US.

The US delegation led by former Intel boss Craig Barrett will be brought to Cork...

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