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Global experts to gather for Belfast's TechXplore

By John Mulgrew

Published 20/07/2015

TechXplore's Carl Whyte of MW Advocate is joined by event partners Karthyn Walls from Mills Selig, and Edel Mullan from Belfast City Council
TechXplore's Carl Whyte of MW Advocate is joined by event partners Karthyn Walls from Mills Selig, and Edel Mullan from Belfast City Council

Top tech speakers are set to descend on Belfast for the biggest ever TechXplore event.

Now in its third year, the event will see a host of speakers from the industry descend on the city centre in September.

TechXplore offers those attending unlimited access to global experts in digital start-ups, music tech, media tech, health tech and a range of investors. Event organiser Carl Whyte said the showcare "has the sole aim of helping and inspiring people".

He added: "TechXplore is now Belfast's largest home-grown technology event and this year offers an unmatched number of speakers and events including multiple opportunities to meet industry experts and investors.

"2015's event also includes Belfast's first ever TechCabaret showcasing a tech take on traditional Belfast comedy and music."

Kathryn Walls, director at law firm and event partner Mills Selig, said: "Mills Selig works with a range of technology companies across Northern Ireland and we're delighted to see so many prominent speakers at this year's TechXplore.

"Building a vibrant technology start-up and business network is vital if Belfast and Northern Ireland is to compete on the global market."

The event takes place on September 3 at the Life Church on Bruce Street.

Belfast Telegraph

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