MoneyConf to move from Dublin to Lisbon

MoneyConf to move from Dublin to Lisbon
Web Summit chief executive Paddy Cosgrave

MoneyConf has announced it's moving its finance conference from Dublin to Lisbon this year.

It was scheduled to take place in Ireland in June but it's relocating to the Portuguese capital to run alongside the WebSummit in November.

WebSummit moved to Lisbon in 2016, a decision they said was made because Dublin couldn't accommodate the growing size of the conference.

MoneyConf is also expanding from two to three days.

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