Tips and advice on how to crack the Web Summit
15 October 2015
With 21 themed summits, 1,000 speakers and 30,000 attendees from more than 100 countries, Web Summit Dublin 2015 can be an overwhelming experience, even for experienced conference-goers.
In his ebook ‘How to Crack the Web Summit 2015: Tips & Advice from Attendees’, Simon Cocking shows how to get the most out of precious time at the Web Summit.
Simon has watched the Web Summit on TV, covered it as a member of the media, photographed it, interviewed hundreds of C-suite executives, founders, investors, inventors and dreamers, moderated discussion panels, and put together and managed media teams to cover the event.
In ‘How to Crack the Web Summit 2015’, he shares a series of shortcuts, tips and ideas to help readers maximise the impact of their time there. Some of these are tactical, some strategic and some esoteric; all are aimed at putting you in the right headspace to really get the maximum benefit out of your time at the Web Summit. He also asked key attendees over the last four years for their insights on making the most of the event. Strategically placed across the book, these insights bring real practical value to your attendance strategy.
The Web Summit Dublin 2015 takes place on November 3-5, centered on the RDS in Ballsbridge, Dublin, with satellite venues across the city. It is a unique event with fantastic opportunities for start-ups, entrepreneurs and promoters to initiate, grow, fundraise, connect and sell their business to investors, customers and the world’s media.
Simon Cocking is senior editor at Irish Tech News (www.irishtechnews.net).
‘How to Crack the Web Summit 2015: Tips & Advice from Attendees’ is published in ebook format (PDF, ePub and Kindle) by Oak Tree Press, Ireland and available from www.SuccessStore.com, Amazon, iBooks Store and other ebook retailers.
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