The inaugural Dublin Tech Week plans to takeover Dublin City with a festival of Technology, Arts, and Science from 16th to 20th April, 2018.
Following on from the success of this year’s Dublin Tech Summit (which saw 10,000 attendees visit the Convention Centre over two days in February), the expansion to a week-long event was a natural progression for the organisers.
With a focus on fostering lasting relationships and cultivating an intimate experience for each participant, Dublin Tech Week will bring the Tech Community together to experience Dublin’s unique ecosystem.
Dubbed “The Takeover”, Dublin Tech Week promises to have something for everyone and offers numerous ways to get involved from hosting an event, providing a venue or becoming an official event partner.
Having already gained support from key bodies such as Tech Ireland, The Digital Hub, and London Tech Advocates, this promises to be a hugely successful series of events and a festival not to be missed.
Speaking on the expansion of the event Sarah Hall, Head of Events said: “While Dublin Tech Summit has been a huge success, we wanted to expand the stage and showcase the unique tech community and ecosystem that Dublin has to offer to a wider audience.”
Dublin Tech week will explore topics such as film tech, fashion tech, marketing and business across the week and what makes the festival truly special is that the team are asking the tech community to have a say in what the week will look and feel like by inviting key representatives to sit on an advisory board for the festival.
The addition of Dublin Tech Week will develop another tier to what is already a global event, providing an excellent platform to showcase Dublin for the exceptional business location it is.
About Dublin Technology Summit & Tech Week
DTS & DTW 2018 will bring together global leaders in innovation, technology and business to shape the future of global trends and technologies. Taking over Dublin City, the week long festival cumulating in the two-day summit will showcase everything Dublin has to offer as global hub of technology culture and innovation.
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