Wednesday, October 03 16:27:57
The Dublin Web Summit today announced a special schools project which will see founders of 10 tech giants visit 10 Dublin schools to meet and talk with students about technology, science and maths.
On October 17th and 18th, the founders and CEO's of YouTube, Skype, Moshi Monsters, Mozilla, Flipboard and 200 more incredible tech companies will arrive in Ireland for the Web Summit.
For the first time ever, the Dublin Web Summit want to give schools the opportunity to have these leading tech entrepreneurs speak to students. Applications can be made online at www.websummit.net.
Speaking about this project, Paddy Cosgrave, founder of the DWS said, "we are really excited about this schools project which will see ten tech entrepreneurs visit Dublin schools and talk to students about their experiences in the technology industry and the importance of science and maths. These students are the future of Ireland's tech industry and this is a fantastic opportunity for them to hear first hand from the people behind the world's biggest tech companies."