Sunday December 8, 2019

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Irish technology start-up Intercom will hold Dublin’s biggest product-building event to date next month.

15th August, 2015

Intercom, a customer communication platform, will host the event in the Mansion House. More than 600 people are expected to attend the event, which will include storytelling, presentations, and conversations with people who design and build products.

Speakers include Jules Coleman, founder of Hassle, which was recently acquired by Helpling for a reported €32 million; Paul Adams, vice president of product at Intercom; and Yehuda Katz, the open source innovate and founder of Tilde.

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