Announcing Host a Startup: Introduce your startup to the Web Summit community

Introduce yourselves to Web Summit’s international community.

We want to introduce Dublin startups to our international community. And we want the startups coming to Web Summit from across the world to have the best possible experience of Dublin.

That’s why we’re launching Host a Startup with the Dublin Commissioner for Startups.

It’s a chance for Dublin-based startups to connect with our international network of exciting startups and show them what they love about the capital.

Hosting a startup can mean just about anything you want it to. Bring them for a coffee or pint and chat for half an hour. Share ideas and develop products for the four days of Web Summit. It’s up to you.

It’s a chemistry thing.


Startups enjoying Night Summit at Web Summit.

For international startups, the programme is a chance to immerse yourselves in Dublin’s tech ecosystem and understand the scene that contributed to our own incredible growth.

You’ll get to share advice, experiences and stories with the people driving tech in Dublin.

So if you’re a Dublin-based startup or bringing yours to Web Summit and would like to get involved you can sign up now or join the conversation at #HostAStartup.

We’ll leave the last word to Bart Lehane, CTO and Founder of Killbiller who’s waiting to host a startup:

“Dublin is a city with great tech minds and great pubs in equal measure and KillBiller is delighted to host international companies in our city during the event.”


Web Summit startups enjoying Night Summit. 

Host a startup or meet the most exciting Dublin-based early-stage companies. Register now.

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