In the three short years of its existence, the Dublin Web Summit has risen to the status of one of Europe’s essential technology conferences. This year, it’s truly enormous and The Next Web is there in force.
I’m joined in Dublin by our European Editor, Robin Wauters and our UK Editor, Jamillah Knowles. You’ll find the three of us on stage, you’ll find us out on the show floor meeting startups, and you’ll find us on The Next Web stand in the Summit’s central hub. If you’re at the event, come and say hello.
If you can’t join us, fear not. The conference livestream for the main stage in embedded below. This year’s speakers include Flipboard’s Mike McCue; Skype co-founder turned VC, Niklas Zennstrom; AOL CEO, Tim Armstrong; Pinterest co-founder turned Entrepreneur in Residence at Andreessen Horowitz, Paul Sciarra and many, many more.
The livestream below will be up and running today and tomorrow between around 9am and 5.15pm, Dublin local time. You can also watch livestreams of the Cloud Stage, Digital Stage, Developer Stage and Interview Stage. The schedules for all stages can be found here.
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