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Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

22nd December, 2014

Fifty IT start-ups from across Europe, including 20 Irish firms, will participate in the Silicon Stroll Bootcamp on December 3 and 4 in Dublin. The event is designed to crown Europe’s most investable start-up. The competition, organised by the Dublin Business Innovation Centre, takes place in the Guinness Storehouse and is being supported by the Web Summit, Google, IBM, PayPal, and Microsoft.

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