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Feb. 15, 2016 12:57 pm

These 71 Philly tech firms are hiring right now: NET/WORK 2016

Your best chance to land a new opportunity is at the third-annual NET/WORK job fair. Feb. 23 at the Fillmore Philly.

The crowd at NET/WORK Philly 2015.

(Photo by Neal Santos)

The Philly tech community is growing rapidly. New companies are being created, more companies are moving here and companies that started here are reaching new levels of success.

What does all that mean for you? They need workers.

Our third-annual NET/WORK Philly jobs fair is absolutely a can’t-miss event.

In 2015, we had over 50 hiring organizations in a packed Union Transfer. The event was such a success that we had to move to a larger venue — the brand-new Fillmore Philly located in Fishtown. Expect lots of hiring opportunities, professional development workshops, headshots, resume reviews, a happy hour and so much more.

Get tickets ($10)

Here are the organizations looking to hire/meet local talent:

This year will be bigger and better, but also expect some old favorites on the amenities front:

  • Amazing headshots by Neal Santos to boost your LinkedIn profile (sponsored by Chariot Solutions)
  • Complimentary HubBub Coffee to fuel you through the day (sponsored by WebLinc)
  • Resume reviews provided by experienced recruiters and career centers
  • Professional development workshops focused on web development skills and career building opportunities
  • An end-of-day happy hour for networking with all your new contacts (complimentary drink tickets will be provided)

See you Feb. 23!

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Catherine Sontag

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  • RyanPiv

    Hey Catherine, do you have any idea what the expected dress is for this event? I would normally assume suit and tie, but some of the pictures do not seem to suggest this.

    • Catherine Sontag

      Hi Ryan! It’s more on the business casual side as most companies that are exhibiting have a more laid back office attire, but dress to impress! Feel free to wear whatever you’re most comfortable in.

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