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Highlights and Takeaways from Web Summit 2018
Three days of intense energy flowed from Lisbon during the Web Summit this week as the world’s tech leaders and budding entrepreneurs gathered to federate around one thing that we can call agree on: technology is taking over the world. Panels, presentations and pitches abounded across all industry verticals from automotive to government to sports … Continue reading Highlights and Takeaways from Web Summit 2018