Western Development Commission has today announced a partnership with Dublin Tech Summit under the ConnectedHubs.ie brand.
Now in its 5th year, DTS 2022 will take place at the RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, from June 15-16. With over 8,000 registered attendees, 200 speakers, and 65 partners representing 50 countries, the event, which has taken place virtually over the past two years due to COVID, promises to be bigger and better than ever before. It will bring together the brightest tech innovators, influencers and entrepreneurs globally, highlighting the capabilities and creativity which form part of a wider tech ecosystem.
Included in this year’s diverse line-up of speakers for the event are:
• Christopher Wylie, Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower
• Cassie Kozyrkov, Chief Scientist and Founder of Decision Intelligence at Google
• Wayne Ting, Lime CEO and Co-Founder of CampusNetwork.com
• Michele Romanow, Serial Entrepreneur, President and Co-Founder of Clearco, and Dragon on Canada’s Dragons’ Den
• David Singleton, CTO, Stripe
• Eric Shurenberg, Former CEO, Mansueto Ventures
Tomás Ó Síocháin, CEO of the Western Development Commission said
The WDC is delighted to partner with Dublin Tech Summit on this year’s event under the ConnectedHubs.ie brand. The event will offer our Connected hubs team an opportunity to meet some of the brightest tech innovators in Ireland and from overseas. A large focus for our team in the coming months will be to highlight the hub network to corporate clients, build relationships and identify new partners so this is the ideal location. We are also planning to bring along hub managers and the hub community from across the country so they can benefit from the event and build their own networks.
This year’s Dublin Tech Summit is backed by tech giants Mastercard, Zalando, Workhuman, Zoom, Travelperk and Hubspot, to name a few. DTS provides a space for the most influential tech and business leaders from around the world to connect and share insights in an intimate manner. The Connected Hubs team will travel to Dublin and host a stand at the event helping to build brand awareness and meeting with the tech community. Many of the hub community across the country will join the team for the event as part of the partnership agreement.
For tickets, visit: dublintechsummit.tech/dts-live-tickets.