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30th October 2013 – 31st October 2013

Price : €595

ADDRESS

RDS, Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

WEB

www.websummit.net

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Web Summit

We all know technology is the new rock ‘n’ roll - right? And if so, Paddy Cosgrave’s brainchild is the chart topper. Hot shot start-ups rub shoulder with millionaire inventors at this conference which is being hailed internationally.

This year’s Summit will have more than 350 speakers, from world's leading founders, investors and CEOs to inventors, designers and thinkers.

Founders, CEOs, investors and the media are all present for the pitches, interviews and discussion of the ‘new’ new. Throw in moments such as The Edge from U2 being interviewed by the editor of Wired Magazine, Hollywood director Barry Sonnenfeld talking about the relevance of technology to the Men in Black franchise or legendary skateboarded Tony Hawk addressing the room and you the scope and aspiration of this event becomes apparent.

Those in attendance are treated to the finest experiences in the company of some of the brightest cultural minds of our land. Whether it’s a banquet in Christchurch Cathedral, a pub crawl on Dame Lane or an audience with Bono ; a premium is placed on the value of ideas and the benefits of cementing Ireland’s association with Dublin being the home from home for Silicon Valley.

Web Summit

30th October 2013 – 31st October 2013

Price : €595

ADDRESS

RDS, Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

WEB

www.websummit.net

Share

We all know technology is the new rock ‘n’ roll - right? And if so, Paddy Cosgrave’s brainchild is the chart topper. Hot shot start-ups rub shoulder with millionaire inventors at this conference which is being hailed internationally.

This year’s Summit will have more than 350 speakers, from world's leading founders, investors and CEOs to inventors, designers and thinkers.

Founders, CEOs, investors and the media are all present for the pitches, interviews and discussion of the ‘new’ new. Throw in moments such as The Edge from U2 being interviewed by the editor of Wired Magazine, Hollywood director Barry Sonnenfeld talking about the relevance of technology to the Men in Black franchise or legendary skateboarded Tony Hawk addressing the room and you the scope and aspiration of this event becomes apparent.

Those in attendance are treated to the finest experiences in the company of some of the brightest cultural minds of our land. Whether it’s a banquet in Christchurch Cathedral, a pub crawl on Dame Lane or an audience with Bono ; a premium is placed on the value of ideas and the benefits of cementing Ireland’s association with Dublin being the home from home for Silicon Valley.

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