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#FashMash opens Dublin series

Dublin follows London and NY in joining fashion and tech event

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

11th March, 2016
(l-r) Catherine Bennett, Sinéad Burke and Rachel Arthur

A new series of quarterly gatherings of and tech professionals has been launched in Dublin.

#FashMash is part of a global community dedicated to uniting pioneering minds from the worlds of fashion and technology. The Dublin group is the third official chapter, following London and New York.

Rachel Arthur, founder of the global #FashMash series as well as Fashionandmash.com, said: "We are thrilled to officially be launching #FashMash in Dublin after two very successful years...

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