Friday October 23, 2020

Tech 'village' to form part of web summit launch

An Irish technology 'village' with a start-up street and a social media square will form part of the launch of the Dublin Web Summit later this month.

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Mikael Hed, creator of Angry Birds, with Paddy Cosgrave, founder of the Dublin Web Summit. Photo: Conor McCabe

An Irish technology 'village' with a start-up street and a social media square will form part of the launch of the Dublin Web Summit later this month.

More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the launch, which will provide a taster of the summit due to be held in October. Last year's event was attended by the founders of Twitter, Skype and LinkedIn, as well as the creators of the Angry Birds game.

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