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Meetingroom wins Dublinbeta

2nd April, 2017

Start-up event Dublinbeta held its 21st edition at the Hangar Bar last month. The event featured start-up demos from 11 companies, with attendees voting on the ideas to crown a winner.

Dublinbeta began in October 2011 as a way to showcase early-stage tech start-ups in order to give them a platform to get feedback on what they were building, generate leads and meet the wider tech community. Previous start-ups that have showcased at the event include...

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