Dublin Web Summit ‘kinda’ launches a new start-up called Trigger

17 Jul 2012

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Dublin Web Summit and F.ounders’ founder Paddy Cosgrave has launched the summit’s first spin-out product, an events and ticketing system called Trigger.com.

Events management and ticketing software platform Trigger has been in private beta for the Dublin Web Summit and is accessible through the Dublin Web Summit website.

Yesterday, the Dublin Web Summit revealed a line-up of 10 top female entrepreneurs, highlighting the growing presence and influence of women in tech. These include MakeLoveNotPorn founder Cindy Gallop; Soraya Dorabi, who was previously head of social media at the New York Times; Shauna Mei, founder and CEO of luxury shopping network AHAlife.com; and renowned science speaker Deborah Berebichez.

The Dublin Web Summit has also launched its first developer conference running inside the Dublin Web Summit in October, Node Dublin, dedicated to cutting-edge language Node.js.

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Editor John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist.

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