Dublin Tech Summit
13th October 2020
Over 3,000 attendees are set to log on to Dublin Tech Summit. With just under 24 hours to go, tech fanatics are gearing up to watch insightful talks from some of the industries most influential speakers.
80 key speakers from over 70 countries are participating in this year’s event and include: Dr. Pippa Malmgren, Co-Founder of H Robotics, Fig O’Reilly, Miss Universe Ireland & Datanaut NASA, David Siegel, CEO of Meetup, Bryan Che, Chief Strategy Officer at Huawei, Harry Moseley, Chief Information Officer, Zoom and Tim Draper, Founder of Draper Associates.
Due to COVID-19, this year’s conference is being held in a unique virtual format where attendees will be able to gain insights into our innovative new future with talks about digital transformation, virtual reality, data security, APIs, Blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence. Dublin Tech Summit also recently launched its unique DTSV Giveback initiative, where people in the hospitality sector can gain an insight into the career opportunities the thriving tech sector provides. Those who have been furloughed or lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic can avail of free tickets to DTSV through using the password ‘DTSHospitality’ at registration or clicking on the following LINK.
The virtual summit experience will feature a 3D auditorium, exhibition hall, information booth, a number of different stages, and a state of the art virtual networking lounge. Attendees can interact in real-time with over 50 DTS partners and chat with event hosts.
Central themes at this year’s Dublin Tech Summit Virtual include Sustainability, Diversity, Emerging Tech, Future Tech, Tech for Good, and more. The goals of the event are to connect global tech hubs, foster stronger cooperation across international ecosystems, connect communities, and develop long lasting partnerships that will drive innovation and entrepreneurship long into our shared future.
Speaking about the countdown to Ireland’s largest tech event, Dublin Tech Summit Virtual 2020 Managing Director Tracey Carney said: “We’re extremely excited to be less than 24 hours away from Ireland’s largest tech event, which has turned virtual for the first time in history. Dublin Tech Summits digital transformation process provided us with an opportunity to grow our speakers and our audience more than ever before. Due to massive interest in this year’s event, we have decided to adopt a hybrid model for Dublin Tech Summit indefinitely, meaning people can attend in both a virtual and physical capacity.” For further information please visit https://dublintechsummit.tech/