Web Summit to contribute €12m to economy say organisers

The Dublin Web Summit will contribute over €12 million to the economy over the next two days and beyond, according to its founder Paddy Cosgrave.

16th October, 2012
Web Summit to contribute €12m to economy say organisers
Paddy Cosgrave.

The Dublin Web Summit will contribute over €12 million to the economy over the next two days and beyond, according to its founder Paddy Cosgrave.

The event, which opens tomorrow at Dublin’s RDS, will host almost 4,000 Irish and international delegates. It will feature over 200 speakers from the likes of Flipboard, Stripe, Mozilla, TechCrunch, CloudFlare, HotelTonight and MoshiMonsters, while 500 startups will take part in what is now the largest gathering of startups outside...

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