Mingo Coin Confirmed as Official Cryptocurrency Partner of Dublin Tech Summit 2018

Dublin Tech Summit is pleased to announce their partnership with Mingo Coin for the second annual Dublin Tech Summit. “On behalf of Dublin Tech Summit, we are delighted to welcome Mingo Coin to the DTS family as our official Cryptocurrency…
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Ireland’s first Women in Tech Awards to be powered by Dublin Tech Summit

Recognising and celebrating Ireland’s Female Tech Leaders is an important action in working towards closing the gender gap within technology sectors. The Women in Tech Awards programme, powered by Dublin Tech Summit, is Ireland’s foremost…
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Why Should Startups Attend Tech Events?

"We had an amazing two days and the progress we have made with customers and potential investors is invaluable for us. Without the event [DTS] none of that would have been possible."- Dean Tobin, CEO of GolfBirdie (Dublin, Ireland) We…
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Introducing Dan, The Newest Member of The DTS Team

Our DTS family is growing! We recently welcomed our newest member, Daniel, to the team and we thought we'd introduce you all to Dan. What do you do at DTS? I am the business development manager at DTS. I work closely with dynamic and…
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5 Factors to Consider When Looking For a Startup Office | #TheTakeover

This article was written by Gemma Reeves as part of Dublin Tech Week's #TheTakeover series Now that you have developed your product/service and formed a talented team, it is time to give your startup company a good image and the legitimacy…
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Introducing #TheTakeover Blog Series

As 2018 kicks in and we fasten our seatbelts in the run-up to Dublin Tech Week we thought it was no better time than to kick off our brand new #TheTakeover series. A core theme of Dublin Tech Week is community, as it is week-long festival…
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Hackathon 2.0 – Stop the Innovation Theatre

Sofie Lindblom, CEO and co-founder of the global innovation platform ideation360 reminds us of some of the key aspects to creating successful events. The world is changing faster than ever but it will probably never change this slowly…
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Why invest in innovation?

Do you have a minute? Great! Let’s start with zooming out for a moment. We live in a world that is changing faster than ever, and it will probably never change this slow again. Macro forces such as globalization, digitalization and technological…
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The Intersection of Culture and Technology

Technology has had a dramatic impact on culture, most notably improving access to music, art, film and current affairs in a way that no generation has ever experienced before. At the swipe of a screen or the click of a mouse, there is a ubiquitous…
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The Rise of Girl Power in Tech

Day 2 of DTS 2017 was dominated by two things, George or RoboThespian the interactive Robot and ‘Girl Power’   Walking around Dublin's convention centre, it is easy to forget worrying statistics about women in tech or holding positions…
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Key Takeaways from B&M: In a World full of Data, Knowledge is Power

We live in the age where we can sit down after a hard day’s work and aimlessly browse Amazon for a product we have no need for, yet we brush over an Instagram post we scrolled past while procrastinating at work, not really noticing it at the…
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Gary Vee – The Talk Everyone’s Talking About

When Dublin Tech Summit CEO Noelle O’Reilly walked out onto the Prism stage at 3pm on Wednesday, February 15th  to introduce “one of the people who inspired me to start this,” DTS attendees’ already fueled excitement was about to…