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Futurescope 2018 to take place at the Convention Centre Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Feb 2018. Posted in Technology

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It was announced today that Ireland’s only conference that promotes collaboration between the entrepreneurial community and multinationals, will take place in the Convention Centre Dublin on Thursday, 31st May 2018.

FutureScope is limited to 1,200 attendees and will feature more than 120 speakers and panellists, with 40 exhibitors.

The event is organised by Dublin BIC with a special emphasis placed on purposeful networking and the creation of collaboration opportunities for start-ups, scale-ups, multinational companies, innovative Irish enterprise, SME’s, the research community, investors, academia and state agencies.

Key themes to be explored this year include how the Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly connecting our world, what business applications will arise from VR and AR, and where exactly will data analytics and AI lead us?

Attendees will get to hear from founders, CEOs and leaders from high-profile companies, including Vodafone, Enterprise Ireland, Facebook, IBM, Google, Alltech, Blueface, Circle, Newswhip, Jobbio, Science Foundation Ireland and many more, all looking to collaborate, trade and share views on what they see as the major emerging trends affecting their business.

Super-early-bird tickets are now available for €89 until the end of this month (28th February). Early-bird tickets are then available at a cost €125 until 11th May, tickets increase to €145 until 22nd May and €170 in the week leading up to Futurescope. Tickets include access to four stages, ten breakout sessions, innovation showcase, networking, hot lunch and all-day coffee.

Commenting on the event, CEO at Dublin BIC, Michael Culligan said, "FutureScope is the must-attend event of 2018 for businesses and entrepreneurs looking to collaborate and engage with the most exciting start-ups and scale-ups. The central premise of the event is to create a platform for global multinationals, large innovative Irish companies and successful entrepreneurs to explore business opportunities. Through panel discussions, tech demonstrations, innovative showcases, and structured networking, FutureScope offers the perfect setting for collaboration."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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