One month to go for Dublin Tech Summit Virtual

Dublin Tech Summit, Technology | Fri 18 Sep | Author – Business & Finance

The team behind Dublin Tech Summit, one of the world’s leading global tech conferences, has launched a new virtual event, Dublin Tech Summit Virtual, which will take place on 14th October

Following the success of their physical events over the past 3 years, which include live summits of over 10,000 attendees and a roster of globally renowned speakers, Dublin Tech Summit will bring speakers and networking opportunities to attendees on October 14th with Dublin Tech Summit Virtual.

The event promises 5000+ attendees, 80+ speakers, and 50 partners across 4 themed tracks for a one-day, curated event complete with international speakers, one-to-one networking opportunities with thought-leaders, an active virtual exhibition hall, and fully interactive options for engagement with both speakers and other attendees throughout the day.

Speakers include Bryan Che, CSO of Huawei, Fig O’Reilly, Miss Universe Ireland and Director & North American Regional Lead at NASA, Harry D. Moseley, Global CIO of Zoom, Chelsea Mozen, Director of Sustainability at Etsy, and more.

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.

The landscape for events has changed in recent months and there is an increase in demand for virtual conferences. 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.”

For more on Dublin Tech Summit Virtual, see their website.