Dublin Tech Summit (DTS) opened the doors of the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) to attendees from across the globe yesterday 15th February, for its 2 day event.
Some 10,000 people are expected to attend the conference over the two days.
The first-year event has placed an emphasis on topics that are due to affect industries across the board with entire stages dedicated to FinTech, IoT and Big Data respectively.
The international conference will provide an opportunity for investors to explore promising startups, with the DTS StartUp100 Programme taking place, culminating in a Live Pitch Final on the main stage, Prism this afternoon.
The Programme format, featuring a comparatively smaller number of firms than most conferences, offers StartUps a better opportunity to showcase what their companies have to offer and also provides investors with a more effective manner of exploring opportunities.
Beat's Kolyn Byrne is at the CCD today, trying out what the summit has to offer.