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Digital Summit sponsors chose discussion topics

The multinational firms that sponsored the government’s Digital Summit were given seats on a group to decide what issues were discussed at the event

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
17th November, 2019

The multinational firms that sponsored the government’s Digital Summit were given seats on a group to decide what issues were discussed at the event.

Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft each paid €40,000 in sponsorship to the Department of the Taoiseach’s event which was held in the Convention Centre on September 20.

The Microsoft-owned LinkedIn paid €10,000.

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