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Paddy got paid

€110 million deal sees Paddy Cosgrave’s Web Summit commit to Lisbon for ten years

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
4th October, 2018
Paddy Cosgrave, CEO, Web Summit. Pic: Getty

The end result for Paddy Cosgrave was a touch unexpected, this corner was among the majority that figured November would be Web Summit’s last bow in Lisbon, but the company just got paid. The €110 million ten-year deal to stay in Lisbon is a coup for the Irish entrepreneur.

Just an absolute banger and if you disagree, I will fight you.

Web Summit got all it wanted and then some with its deal...

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