Sunday, 15 July 2012

Dublin Web Summit is launching its very own platform

Dublin Web Summit is launching its very own platform, which includes ticketing, in private beta for the Dublin Web Summit called Trigger, accesible through the Web Summit website.

It coincides with tickets going on sale at 12 noon today, and is our first spin-out product. All feedback is welcome ahead of a public launch later this year. We think it will help change groups and events for the better.

Even More Speakers: We're also announcing 10 more speakers today, including some incredible media and entrepreneurs from around the world. You can find full details in our speakers section and blog. If you missed yesterday's first 10 female speakers you'll find the apparently "controversial" details on our website.
We're also announcing as of this morning our first developer conference running inside the Dublin Web Summit: Node Dublin is a dedicated Node.js conference. You can find out who our first three incredible speakers are on our website.

Finally, for the first time you can nominate anyone to speak at the Summit using our new nomination app. Over 250 new speakers have been nominated so far, and it's helping us rethink our final few speakers out of that 200 that we will be announcing. In other words we're crowdsourcing great new speakers and anyone can nomiante anyone.