is the Tech Media Partner of Jobs Expo

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Get Daily news and updates directly to your Email is delighted to continue its support as the tech media partner of Jobs Expo, which is taking place on Saturday, 26th March at Croke Park, Dublin.

We wish all participants – visitors and exhibitors – a great event. is an information-rich destination for all users of technology.
Delivering daily news through ‘The Technology Minute’ newsletter, as well as the TechRadio podcast – the most popular Irish tech podcast on iTunes. Across its Life, Pro & Trade channels, the site features the latest news and developments in tech. Insights provides access to a library of exclusive TechBeat market research; Blogs is where you will find unique commentary from some of the top journalists in tech; What’s On is your go-to source for tech event listings.

With an exclusive affiliation with Dennis Publishing, also delivers you the pick of the global tech news that matters the most. is part of the Tech Network of media brands that include the annual Tech Excellence AwardsTechPro magazine, as well as the TechFireTechLeaders RoundtableTechTrade & TechLive event series.


IT professionals rely on our network of media as the most trusted source of news and analysis. Our audience includes executive IT – those charged with using IT for strategic business initiatives and collaborative IT – those who manage the day-to-day IT operations of the enterprise. While our channel audience comprises senior level principles across the vendor, distributor and service provider networks.

We cut through and filter the noise and buzz of the IT market so you don’t have to.


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Jobs Expo Dublin will take place on Saturday, 26th March (10am-4pm). This careers fair will feature hundreds of active job opportunities and is the only careers exhibition of its type to feature FREE ADMISSION.

Register here.

Steven Galvin

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