Top drawer line-up planned for ‘intimate’ Dublin Tech Summit
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Uber and Airbnb to attend
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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