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Philly Tech Week 2013: third annual celebration of innovation scheduled April 19-27

The third annual Philly Tech Week will again take place during the last full week of April, the 19th-27th, 2013. Today, we’re welcoming event organizers and event sponsorships and, perhaps most importantly, asking the community to think big. We have eight months to grow our annual celebration of innovation in Philadelphia. Let’s build bigger to […]

The third annual Philly Tech Week will again take place during the last full week of April, the 19th-27th, 2013.

Today, we’re welcoming event organizers and event sponsorships and, perhaps most importantly, asking the community to think big.

We have eight months to grow our annual celebration of innovation in Philadelphia. Let’s build bigger to bring more communities into the fold, so we get more of this broad region talking about how we can be smarter, more inclusive and better prepared for the future.

How will you make Philadelphia proud during the last week of April 2013?

Get updates by signing up for the mailing list here, follow @PhillyTechWeek and on Facebook here. Some deadlines and initial details below.

We’ll again organize the week’s events in Tracks, the hope being to help more potential attendees to find value:

  • Arts/Creative
  • Media/Transparency
  • Entrepreneurship/Investment
  • Access/Policy
  • Design/Development

Watch the wrap video from 2012:

And for you power users, here are some initial deadlines.

  • Fri. Nov. 2, 2012: Early-bird sponsorship closed
  • Fri. Feb. 15, 2013: Deadline for final event details
  • Fri. March 1: Event and sponsorships closed
  • Fri. March 29: Early bird ticket rates closed
  • Mon. April 1: Print magazines will land in more than 100 retailers
  • Mon. April 22: Kickoff breakfast for third annual Philly Tech Week
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Christopher Wink

Christopher Wink is a cofounder and Editorial Director of Technical.ly, the local technology news network. Previously, Wink worked for a homeless advocacy nonprofit and was a freelance reporter for a variety of publications. He writes regularly about news innovation and best business practices on his personal blog here. The bicycle commuter loves cities, urban politics and squabbling about neighborhood boundaries.

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