Top drawer line-up planned for ‘intimate’ Dublin Tech Summit

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Uber and Airbnb to attend

3rd April, 2016
Ben English, chief executive and co-founder of Dublin Tech Summit Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dublin Tech Summit, the new global tech conference taking place next year, has lined up high-profile partners and speakers in recent weeks.

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Uber and Airbnb are among the technology giants whose representatives will be there and 50 high-level speakers have confirmed their participation.

The event is close to signing a partnership deal with Facebook after discussions with Irish head of country Gareth Lambe last week, while telecoms giant Eir has come on...

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