APO Group named official newswire of Web Summit 2018 Updated for 2021


Updated: March 4, 2021

APO Group, a media relations consultancy company, has been selected as the official newswire partner for Web Summit 2018.

The summit would be held in Lisbon, Spain, on 5-8 November, 2018.

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Web Summit is the largest tech conference in the world with 1,200 speakers and over 70,000 delegates from 170 countries.

The first Web Summit was held in 2010 and it has grown into the largest event of its kind in the world.

Over 2,500 journalists from more than 100 markets came to Web Summit in 2017, including editors from many of the world’s most influential publications, as well as market-shaping industry reporters from leading technology trade publications and blogs.

APO Group is one of leading media relations consultancy companies in Africa and the Middle East offering organizations a range of advisory services alongside its press release distribution and media monitoring solutions.

In recent years, APO Group has broadened its international reach and built relationships with an increasing number of world-renowned global media such as Getty Images, Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters.

Paddy Cosgrave CEO of Web Summit said: “We are very much looking forward to Web Summit 2018, and are glad to be working exclusively alongside one of the major media relations firms in Africa and the Middle East to deliver our news to the region.”

“For several years, APO Group has been an Official Newswire for tech events in Africa,” said Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard, APO Group Founder and CEO. “Later this year, we will also be an official media relations agency of the World Congress for Road Transport in Oman. Our continuing involvement and investment in events of this scale confirms our position at the forefront of global media relations. Web Summit is the biggest tech event on the planet, and we are honoured and delighted to be part of it.”


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