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Teams from companies across the world are coming to Dublin to hear from our amazing speakers, meet industry leaders from the world’s biggest companies, and experience the atmosphere of Web Summit. Bloomberg said “Everywhere you go it’s buzzing and it’s electric”.

While at Web Summit, they’ll not only experience our legendary networking – they’ll be inspired.


Here are three companies bringing big teams to Web Summit.


Facebook – who last year took over a new 120,000 sq ft office space in Dublin’s docklands – will have more than 100 boots on the ground at Web Summit.

CTO Mike Schroepfer, CSO Alex Stamos and VP EMEA Nicola Mendelhson are among the Facebook heavy hitters who will attend Web Summit as speakers.

They’ll be joined by employees from the tech giant’s Dublin, London and US bases – all there to learn from the sharpest minds from a variety of industries.


We have a longstanding relationship with Google – last year, Google Drive’s Director of Products Scott Johnson said that Web Summit is “the technology leader in Europe for these gatherings.”

This year, UX Designer for Google’s Search, Geo and Identity products Laura Granka will speak at Design Summit.

She’ll be joined by over 100 employees spanning Google’s global operations, attending Web Summit to see what they can take from our network of thought leaders.



Adyen is a leading payments tech company that companies like Airbnb, Dropbox and Spotify have gone global with. They’ve come to Web Summit, RISE, MoneyConf and Collision so far. 

They are headquartered in Amsterdam, with offices in San Francisco, Boston, London, Stockholm, Paris, Berlin, Sao Paolo, and Singapore. They’ve brought employees from their global offices with them to our events. 

Bring your team to Web Summit. If you’d like to check if your team has a company discount just reach out to us and we’ll check for you or set one up.


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