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Silicon Valley Investment & Innovation Forum hits Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 28th Jun 2016. Posted in Technology

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There is excitement in Dublin today as Enterprise Ireland hosts a delegation of top US investors to the City.
 
Enterprise Ireland, in partnership with Silicon Valley Bank is hosting over 15 top US investors and corporate innovation scouts in Dublin this week, starting with today’s forum at the National Digital Research Centre (NDRC).
 
Irish tech companies are today pitching to US investors such as Silicon Valley Bank and innovation investment specialists Qualcomm Ventures as part of the first ever Silicon Valley – Ireland Investment & Innovation Forum.
 
Throughout the week the delegation will meet with the Irish investment community as well as some of Ireland’s top technology research centres including NovaUCD, CeADAR Centre and the ARCH Centre.
 
Executive Director at Enterprise Ireland, Kevin Sherry said, "A key role of Enterprise Ireland is to help companies start-up and scale internationally. We are delighted to welcome some of the top US investor and technology influencers to Ireland this week."

He added, "It is an ideal opportunity for us to educate the US investment community on what Ireland’s leading technology companies have to offer."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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