Dublin Tech Summit Virtual attracts global audience at live event

Dublin Tech Summit, Editor's Choice | Fri 16 Oct | Author – Business & Finance

Dublin Tech Summit Virtual trended on Twitter both nationally and internationally, attracting thought leaders and tech enthusiasts worldwide

Dublin Tech Summit Virtual, the latest offering from the team at Dublin Tech Summit, debuted Wednesday, October 14th, to a global audience spanning 60 countries.

The summit, which boasted speakers such as Bryan Che, CSO of Huawei, Fig O’Reilly, Miss Universe Ireland and Datanaut at NASA, Harry D. Moseley, Global CIO of Zoom, Chelsea Mozen, Director of Sustainability at Etsy, and more, trended on Twitter nationally and internationally. It was picked up by media outlets across digital, print, radio, and TV, including RTÉ, Irish Tech News, and Business & Finance.

With over 4,500+ registrations, the event incorporated themes such as sustainability, data transparency, pivots in media and events, AI and robotics, tech for good, digitisation and the future of work, among others, across 4 Stages.

100+ speakers addressed audiences across 70 sessions, and an estimated 3,600+ networking connections were made throughout the day.

With over 4,500+ registrations, the event incorporated themes such as sustainability, data transparency, pivots in media and events, AI and robotics, tech for good, digitisation and the future of work, among others, across 4 Stages.

This is one of the many virtual summits that have appeared in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the team at Dublin Tech Summit: “[Our] track record gives us a unique ability to lead and deliver the same quality of content and engagement via a virtual platform.

“We see the demand for a new, world-class virtual event offering unique content, inspired insight and respected voices. Using cutting-edge technology, our attendees will have an unforgettable virtual experience where they will engage with an exciting lineup of experts to discuss, debate, exchange knowledge and network effectively, all without the need to travel.”

Dublin Tech Summit Virtual received positive feedback online from numerous sources. Cormac Chisholm, founder of full-service web agency Mastered, tweeted in response to a panel discussion on ‘Social Impact in Entrepreneurship.’ He said: “Super interesting as expected.”

David T Roche, FinTech 2025 follower, said of the event: “Great platform with many events & thought leaders exchanging their knowledge on leading edge digital-technologies & information, so good to be able to pivot going virtual to accelerate the #DTSVirtual

Twitter user Emma York who helps start ups and small businesses develop social profiles, tweeted: “This event is brilliant. I am now listening to @Mastercard CIO Ken Moore and really looking forward to tuning in to as many sessions as I can.”

Content from Dublin Tech Summit Virtual will be available on demand for the next 90 days for those who attended the event. For more updates on Dublin Tech Summit, please visit their website.