2013 Web Summit

Web Summit 2013 opens tomorrow with NASDAQ bell ringing

10,000 attendees from over 90 countries expected to attend Europe’s largest festival of ideas and events at Dublin’s RDS with the NASDAQ to open from Ireland for the first time tomorrow. Tuesday 29th October: Tomorrow (Wednesday 30th October) marks the opening of the fourth Web Summit at the RDS. A record total of 10,000 attendees from Ireland and…

Infographic: Web Summit 2013

We worked with Visual.ly to create this data visualisation of the Web Summit’s growth over the past four years. This year the Web Summit will be welcoming 9834 attendees from 97 countries around the world. That’s more than double the number of people who attended last year’s event, making the Web Summit twenty times bigger than what…

Surprise: Elon Musk Is Speaking

We might have hit our 10,000th attendee and announced our 299th speaker two weeks ago, but we always like to keep a little something for last. In this case it’s Elon Musk. Elon will take to the stage at the Summit for a fireside discussion with Ireland’s Prime Minister, Enda Kenny (the PM in Ireland…

Announcing thesummit.me: an MVP networking experiment

The team behind the Summit are slowly helping to reshape the world of conference and event technology. Many of the world’s leading developer and software conferences have switched to Tito.io in the last 6 months, about 250 thus far, including JSConf, Ruby Conf, Brooklyn Beta and many others. That trend is a precursor to wider adoption. Tito was built…

Welcome to The Peak: your inside track on The Summit 2013

We’re excited to announce The Peak, a web and print news service dedicated to bringing you the best stories from the Web Summit show floor, fringe events and the Night Summit. Edited by Mic Wright, the Daily Telegraph’s Chief Tech Blogger, The Peak will be staffed by a team of some of Ireland’s most promising young journalists…

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ITLG Global Technology Leaders Summit, 2014

ITLG Global Technology Leaders Summit, 2014

Limerick, the national City of Culture 2014 is delighted to announce that it will host the annual Irish ITLG summit on the 27th & 28th January 2014. The vibrant region of Limerick City and County with a population of 400,000 is within a 20 minute drive of Shannon International Airport with up to 5 daily direct flights from the US.

Limerick, as Ireland’s third largest city, is home to many of the leading US multinationals across ICT, medical devices, pharmaceuticals and financial services serving international markets.

Limerick is gaining increasing recognition as an attractive and cost effective location in which to invest. A number of enterprise incubation centres in Limerick are linked closely to the higher education institutions and support high-end technology companies with an export focus.

Limerick, home to the Munster Rugby Team, has a great sporting tradition and was designated European City of Sport in 2011.

Conference topics to include:

  • Creative Technologies
  • Disruptive new technology
  • Investment opportunities
  • Enterprise showcase and awards

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