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Dublin Tech Summit’s Women in Tech Awards Now Open For Nominations

As we strive to bridge equality gaps, there are still several industries where one gender is far more prevalent than another in the …

29 July 2018 / By Dublin Globe

A Japanese tech giant wants to help fix Dublin’s traffic snarls with sensors and AI

Dublin is on track to become a sensor-driven, artificial intelligence-powered city if Japanese telco and tech giant SoftBank has anything to say about it. …

29 July 2018 / By Fora.ie

CliniShift takes top prize at Digital DNA’s upSTART 2018 competition

CliniShift has lifted the top prize in this year’s upSTART 2018 competition at Digital DNA 2018. The European-wide startup pitch competition – hosted …

24 June 2018 / By Dublin Globe

The Collison brothers’ Stripe is bulking up its Dublin office to get closer to Europe

Payments company Stripe is building out the engineering team at its Dublin to strengthen its position in the European market. Stripe’s Dublin office, …

18 June 2018 / By Fora.ie

Flexible workspace giant WeWork officially launches in Dublin

Workspace and community company WeWork officially launched today in Ireland with Minister for Education Richard Bruton opening its first location in Dublin’s Iveagh Court, …

13 June 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Bespoke Choice claims One2Watch victory at FutureScope 2018

Bespoke Choice, the interactive wedding venue booking sales platform, has won the prestigious One2Watch competition at FutureScope, Ireland’s only conference that promotes collaboration between …

05 June 2018 / By Dublin Globe

New ‘Irish Food Tech’ cluster to be established within Enterprise Ireland’s Technology Gateway Network

John Halligan, Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, has announced that the Government is providing funding of €26.75m for …

02 May 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Former Connacht Rugby Star is Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur for 2018

A 35 year old former Connacht Rugby star from Athlone was named Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) for 2018 at the National Final in Dublin.  Conor …

23 April 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Irish-founded tech firm Intercom reaches unicorn status with its $1bn-plus valuation

Irish-founded customer service software firm Intercom has sealed a $125 million funding round that values the seven-year-old company at $1.275 billion. The €100 …

02 April 2018 / By Fora.ie

100,000 Children To Take Part In Tech Week 2018

The Minister of State for Training, Skills and Innovation, John Halligan TD, has officially launched Tech Week 2018, Ireland’s national festival of technology. …

25 March 2018 / By Dublin Globe