Startup Week draws 2,000
Techstars Startup Week Dublin hosted five days of free events across the city last month, with the support of Dublin City Council.
The event was organised in just ten weeks by Gene Murphy, entrepreneur in residence at Bank of Ireland, and David Pollard, innovation projects manager at Rehab. Over the week, more than 2,000 people attended 54 events in 32 venues across the capital. There were 115 speakers in total.
The strong support for the event was highlighted by...
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