Dublin is one of Europe's top tech hubs, and in March, many startups will converge on the city for a single, two-day event which will see them link up with potential customers and partners from all over the world.
The event is Project Kairos, and it's being held at Europe's largest Cable and Media expo, Cable Congress, on March 6-7. It will see over 100 startups exhibit at the event, hoping to show off their wares while finding new business partners who they can work alongside.
However, Kairos isn't just about exhibiting: there is also the chance to pitch to interested investors and win mentorship or possible funding from those at Cable Congress.
Many shows around the world cater to startups and have them exhibit; key ones for many startups to attend are Startup Fest, in London, and events which cater to teach founders, entrepreneurs and investors about the startup world, while others still involve "pitch battles," such as TechInvest in London, which we at TechX365 attended back in January.
Project Kairos, officially launched at TechXLR8 at London Tech Week in 2017, has been to various events in different countries, including Singapore and Germany. Now it's Dublin's time to show off both its own startups and others from around Europe at one of its largest technology events.
The organizers are still looking for more startups to take part -- if interested, you can contact the Kairos team here.
— Gabriel MacSweeney, Head of Projects, KNect365 TMT
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