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Google has revealed the 26 Irish startups that will be taking part in its Autumn Adopt A Startup programme. The 26 Irish startups, and 4 European startups will undergo an intensive 12 week mentoring programme by industry experts and attend an exclusive programme of lectures and workshops at the company’s EMEA Headquarters in Dublin.

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How to Succeed with a Startup

-  Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator, shares his thoughts on how you can succeed with a startup.
“I saw you going by there,” David Whelan says, sticking his head out the door of an inconspicuous office building as I search for our meeting place. Situated in a business park on Waterford city’s outskirts, this nondescript venue is home to Immersive VR Education, the listed company Whelan, the chief executive, set up with his wife, Sandra. “This is temporary, this place,” he explains later, adding that the business has expanded rapidly since incorporating in October 2014. Read More
Ryan Smith is the co-founder of Qualtrics, the booming US tech company that has just announced hundreds of jobs in Dublin. Smith's story is different to that of many other tech titans. He co-founded the company when he dropped out of college to look after his father, who was diagnosed with cancer. Looking for something to do together, they came up with the idea for Qualtrics. Fifteen years later, it's a multi-billion dollar firm. But Smith has never lost his zeal for fighting 'the big C'. Read More
Ben Silbermann does not enjoy being interviewed. He isn’t a fan of speaking at tech industry conferences. Nor does he like sitting for glossy magazine portraits. He doesn’t think he should have to explain Pinterest, the web service that allows people to save images to virtual pinboards, to anyone other than those who want to use it. That is the case even in the last couple of years, when Pinterest and Mr. Silbermann, its co-founder and chief executive, could have been shouting the company’s virtues from the rooftops.
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Seasoned entrepreneur Pat Phelan is firm in his belief that Irish startups need to get better at sales if they are to have any hope of achieving large-scale ‘exits’. Young companies should also be able to build something of scale more quickly – which means doing business outside of Ireland as soon as possible, he said. The Cork man is best known as the founder of fraud-detection firm Trustev, which was acquired by TransUnion for $44 million in 2015. Read More
Software giant Microsoft is to create 200 new jobs at its campus at One Microsoft Place in Sandyford. Once this new wave of recruitment is complete, it will bring the total numbers employed by the company in Ireland to 2,200. The expansion follows the announcement of 600 jobs last year. Read More
18/09/18: Free Google Design Sprint Training while Solving Real issues for Non-profits
Imagine if we could solve the world's problems at a local level at the same rate we solve technology problems at a global level? That is the purpose of "The Ladder" - learn Google Design Sprints, while solving real problems for local non-profits and communities. Join the fastest growing innovation community and the world's largest Google Design Sprint meet-up every Tuesday, Dublin 6:45pm to 9pm.
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19/09/18: Wia Workshop & Learning Tech Labs – Build your own Amazon Dash button
Learn how to connect to build your own easy to use Amazon Dash Button using off the shelf parts and controlled by our intuitive Wia platform in partner with Learning Tech Labs. The best part, no programming experience required. Don't miss out on this great evening of learning, building, snacking, and becoming makers!
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22/09/18: Diversity in Data workshop
The Diversity in Data Workshop is being co-organised by Coding Grace, Her+Data, PyLadies Dublin, R Ladies Dublin, Women Who Code Dublin and will be hosted by Talent Garden on the day. The event is also partnering with Women in Tech Africa to coincide with their Women in Tech Week. The event is open to all levels so if you're interested in the area of data technology, head along!
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