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About Tech Week

Ireland’s festival of technology






Meet our Tech Week 2017 partners and supporters:

Tech Week provides hands-on opportunities to learn about how computing and related technology are shaping every area of life: education, health, environment, social interaction, leisure, citizenship ... the list never ends and the pace of change never stops.

Tech Week Objective #1 is to inspire students to engage actively with STEM subjects, and equip them with the knowledge and experience necessary to make informed choices about their future subject and career choices.

Tech Week Objective #2 is to educate all citizens – of every age group and background – about the challenges and rewards of our fast-changing technological society.

Tech Week: Making a nation-wide splash

The impact made by Tech Week 2016 has been phenomenal and has been featured across a multitude of media.

The number of people that Tech Week reached far exceeded our hopes for the first year of the event.

On this page you'll find some information on our social media figures, as well as some of our coverage in traditional media.

Facebook fever:
Tech Week 2016

8,311

There were 8,311 Likes recorded for the Tech Week Facebook page in 2016, starting from a 2014 base of 4,192 Likes.

115,147

Our most popular post on Facebook was the announcement of the Tech Week survey. On the busiest day, Tech Week had a reach of 115,147

All the tweets:
Tech Week 2016

On Twitter, the Tech Week hashtag #techweekIRL was one of the top trends in Ireland on Thursday, 28th April 2016, trending as high as number 3 for much of the day.

Mainstream media: Tech Week 2016

Tech Week 2016 gained extensive coverage in Ireland's national and regional print media.

irish times
local media

Television coverage of Tech Week 2016 included a segment on the RTE News which featured an interview with F1 in Schools National Champions, Verus Racing from St. Attracta's Community School, Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo.

Our Tech Week 2015 survey of 2,161 people revealed that 54% believe coding should be part of the curriculum....and now it looks like it might be a reality

Sponsorship
Opportunities

We would like you to get involved in Tech Week 2017 and to take an active role in promoting the key message of the importance of technology in everyday life and the promotion of careers in technology.

Technology is all around. It is growing at a fast pace and we at Tech Week are working to support the future of the sector through our various programmes and initiatives.

If you would like to get involved and discover how you can support Tech Week, please contact the Tech Week team on info@techweek.ie or 01 237 7768.

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