Saturday June 6, 2020

Slán Dublin, bom dia Lisbon

After five eventful years, the curtain has fallen on the Web Summit in its Irish incarnation for the time being

8th November, 2015
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Paddy Cosgrave: the manner of the Web Summit’s exit from Dublin has left many people feeling let down Pic: Sportfile

The bar upstairs in Intercom’s office on Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green is bustling. It is the night before the Web Summit, the flagship event in Ireland’s tech calendar, begins.

About 25 Irish and international tech investors are gathered in the stripped-back building to shoot the breeze, before going to Christ Church Cathedral for more official pre-launch beer and food.

Intercom has turned the former headquarters of Anglo Irish...

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