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The next stage: Dublin Tech Summit gears up for its inaugural conference

Chief executive Ben English explains why he wants an ‘intimate’ audience of 10,000 people

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
25th September, 2016
Ben English, chief executive and co-founder of Dublin Tech Summit Picture: Fergal Phillips

Comparisons to the Web Summit aren’t a concern for the Dublin Tech Summit (DTS), according to its co-founder and chief executive.

“Were we not sure of what we were doing, maybe it would [grate] but we are confident that DTS has its own identity. Even now when people call us who have done other conferences, people get how it’s different to what they have attended before,” Ben English told The Sunday Business Post....

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