Fumes fill the air in Lisbon as the Irish let their hair down

It may not be in Dublin anymore, but there was still a distinct Irish presence at the Web Summit's night events

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
13th November, 2016
There was a lively atmosphere on the streets of the Portuguese capital

While the Web Summit has left Dublin, there was still a distinct Irish presence at the nightlife of the event. Intercom, CurrencyFair and the IDA all held events to sell their stories and that of Ireland as well.

The early going, however, had a distinctly international flavour, with Accenture hosting a speaker dinner at Monte Mar restaurant, bringing together a horde of journalist, investors, and the consulting firm’s clients. From there, the action descended to...

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