Dublin start-up week set for November 19-23
Techstars Start-up Week has taken place in 57 countries, hosted 100,000 participants globally in 2017, and now Dublin is joining this event series in November
Entrepreneurs, start-ups, community facilitators and those in pursuit of starting their own businesses are invited to join Techstars Start-up Week Dublin, powered by Dublin City Council, from November 19-23.
“Dublin City Council is excited to be supporting the first Start-up Week Dublin, showcasing the best of Dublin City as a thriving and supporting ecosystem for start-ups. The week is led by local entrepreneurs and will draw on the strength of community builders who work with...
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