Having beat off stiff competition from awe-inspiring cities such as Singapore, Hong Kong and Edinburgh, Dublin city has been rewarded with the privilege of hosting over 1,500 multinational leaders from 190 countries as part of the One Young World Summit 2014.
The city, which is Europe’s youngest capital, is also the perfect place for millennial leaders to discover how they can gain investment for their digital startups as Dublin houses some of the world’s largest digital businesses including, Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, AOL, eBay, Microsoft, Amazon, and Yahoo.
With this as the backdrop, Wayra – Telefoncia’s digital accelerator – will host an event at it’s academy in Dublin, which is no more than five minutes from the convention centre where the Summit is being held.
Stimulating Economic Growth Through Technology is the title of the external breakout session and is designed to give millennial leaders a deeper understanding of what it takes to build a technology ecosystem and learn more about Wayra’s academies across the world. For more information on Wayra’s External Breakout Session, click here.
A 50-strong Telefonica delegation with representatives from the business, Wayra, Pronino, Talentum and Think Big will also be travelling to Dublin with Ronan Dunne, the company’s UK CEO, to launch this year’s Global Millennial Survey LIVE one the GMS homepage from Thursday 16th 13:45pm (GMT+1).
Watch what Wayra have in store of young Millennials attending the breakout session at the Dublin Academy: