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StartupOLE Conference

Gonna cover the StartupOLE conference for Irish Tech News in Salamanca, Spain

I thought I would take a break from my own post-launch tasking around Maolte Technical Solutions Limited and share some very topical news about this awesome-looking conference, which is centred around innovation, entrepreneurship and startups.

The StartupOLE team has organised a large conference geared towards innovation and entrepreneurship. The great news is that it's free to attend for the public. You can register for a free ticket at For those travelling internationally, do note if you cannot get a flight directly into Salamanca, you can fly to Madrid Airport. There you can take an intercity train from Chamartin train station (2 metro hops from the Airport's light rail station). This would see you arriving in Salamanca some 2 to 3 hours later. It's an ideal opportunity for all to meet and share thoughts and ideas with other entrepreneurs in various stages of their startup journey. You can also attend panel discussions around innovation and startups by public officials, investors, entrepreneurs and those in the media plus more. I shall be participating as a Journalist with Irish Tech News in a panel discussion on Monday 5th September at 19:00hrs local time to talk about how media can help start-ups succeed. We will be sharing our thoughts, opinions and experience around this key area and hope you can attend or catch us online via one of the many distributions recording the live panel discussions. 

The high calibre of attendees in the 'Confirmed Key Players' section are numerous and come from technology, public services, governance, media, science, investment and finance plus more. What deepens the quality of this conference is the large contingent of senior executives from other startup networks and actual entrepreneurs with stories to tell about their experiences getting their own startup launched.  Key attendees from the European Commission will also be there denoting the EU-wide interest in StartupOLE. Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Education, Culture and Youth will be there. Also in attendance will be Toma Sutic, Member of the Cabinet of the Vice President Suica, European Commission. This senior-level EU interest tells well for the calibre of the conference and what story I can tell in my Irish Tech News article to follow it.

It's a long way to Spain from here, making for some great social media posting and a chance to share my journey with you. To that end, do stay tuned to my Twitter feed, LinkedIn, Instagram and Tiktok for posts about my journey and the conference itself. Exciting times are certainly ahead!  Stay tuned for more on Writing in this blog along with articles on other areas of interest in the DevOps and Cloud Infrastructure arenas. To not miss out on any updates on my availability, tips on related areas or anything of interest to all, sign up for one of my newsletters in the footer of any page on Maolte. I look forward to us becoming pen pals!

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