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Philly Tech Week now live, be a sponsor or event organizer today

What: A week-long celebration of technology and innovation in Philadelphia. When: April 25 – 30th, 2011 Where: All over Philadelphia. For more info: Visit PhillyTechWeek.com After announcing Philly Tech Week, a week-long celebration of technology and innovation in Philadelphia more than two months ago, allow us to make a more formal introduction. Today we launch the new PhillyTechWeek.com, […]

What: A week-long celebration of technology and innovation in Philadelphia.

When: April 25 – 30th, 2011

Where
: All over Philadelphia.

For more info: Visit PhillyTechWeek.com

After announcing Philly Tech Week, a week-long celebration of technology and innovation in Philadelphia more than two months ago, allow us to make a more formal introduction. Today we launch the new PhillyTechWeek.com, designed and developed by our friends at Jarvus Innovations.

On the new site you will be able to see the calendar, download an event organizer guide and read our sponsorship availabilities.

Each Philly Tech Week event is independently organized and we’re still on the look out for more great events that help showcase Philadelphia’s technology community as well as more sponsors to make it all possible.

Thus far we’ve partnered with folks like Independents Hall, Chariot Solutions, First Round Capital and the Franklin Institute.

Additionally:

  • Starting in February, we’ll feature one Philly Tech Week participant here on Technically Philly. So sign up to organize an event today to ensure you make it on our editorial calendar.
  • We’ve partnered with the Philadelphia Science Festival to have select events cross-listed on both calendars.
  • We’ll soon be announcing the location of our event headquarters.

We have lots more up our sleeve, so sign up to our mailing list to get all the up-to-date information.

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Sean Blanda is an adviser to Technical.ly, the local technology news network, having cofounded its flagship Technically Philly in February 2009. He is a media consultant, engagement editor for Behance and lives in Brooklyn, NYC.

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