The Web Summit figures you probably haven’t heard yet

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42,000 people from 134 countries came to Dublin this week for Web Summit.

There were 199,054 tweets about Web Summit over the 3 days and 4 nights. #WebSummit, #audiPITCH and #Dublin were the top trends.

Attendees explored 21 different Summits under 1,500 lights and 5km of bunting.

41,675 people who couldn’t make it to Dublin watched the Centre Stage via our livestream.

They saw 21 coloured sheep in a field with one teddy bear.

7 purple, 7 pink and 7 blue sheep at Web Summit

Over 95,000 conversations have taken place so far on the Web Summit app. The average length an attendee spends on the app in one session is 9 minutes and 14 seconds.

We lasted 54 hours before it started raining in Dublin.

Paddy wore two jumpers.

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Paddy Cosgrave on Centre Stage

1,000 speakers took to the stages and led roundtables. 1,231 of the world’s top international media came to report.

2,141 startups startups exhibited.

1,000 investors from the world’s leading funds came to explore. 2,160 office hour sessions took place for these startups to meet with investors.

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Startups exhibiting on the floor

650 mentor hour sessions happened where experienced entrepreneurs and investors offered candid advice to startups.

Yesterday we announced that we’re giving away 10,000 free tickets to women in tech to our 2016 events. In one day, 1,989 female entrepreneurs have already applied.

Nico Sell & Nathalie Nahai on Centre Stage

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