500 students will get to attend the 2017 Dublin Tech Summit for free, here's how

500 students will get to attend the 2017 Dublin Tech Summit for free, here's how

Global conference Dublin Tech Summit has announced 500 complimentary tickets for Irish students to attend the two day event for free.

The event takes place in Dublin’s Convention Centre and across the city’s Silicon docks on February 15-16, 2017.

The two day conference will have keynote speakers from companies such as Google, PayPal, Adblock, Zalando, IBM, Mindshare and a lot more.

Dublin Tech Summit CEO, Ben English commented: “Dublin is renowned for it’s incredible workforce of educated and enthusiastic young people and the conference's attendees should represent this.

“The Dublin Tech Summit is as much about focusing on our future strengths as our current potential and we are dedicated to reaffirming the capital’s credentials as an epicentre for innovation.”

Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis and students can apply by visiting DublinTechSummit.com/Students.


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