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Mar. 11, 2016 12:57 pm

Look at all these Philly companies going to SXSW

Might it be the biggest Philly contingent to date? We'll be in Austin to cover it.

"Geek Bowling" at an SXSW of yore.

(Photo by Flickr user Michael Cummings, used under a Creative Commons license)

Updated with two additional companies. (3/11/16, 3:58 p.m.)

Every year we do a roundup of Philly companies going to South by Southwest, the major Austin music and tech festival. This year, there’s a massive amount.

That’s in large part due to the SXSW Philly effort, organized by a crew of Philly technologists, including Philly Startup Leaders organizer Yuval Yarden and RECPhilly’s Dave Silver. See the list, provided by Yarden, below.

For the first time, we’re going too. We (and when we say “we,” it means this reporter and editorial director Chris Wink (EIC Zack Seward will be holding down the fort in Philly)) will be hosting a Tomorrow Tour event and reporting on companies from all five Technical.ly markets, but of course, we’ll have our closest eye on Philly. Do us a favor and tweet at us to let us know who we should pay attention to.

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An asterisk denotes a sponsor of the SXSW Philly effort.

  1. Cloudmine
  2. Zivtech
  3. Chariot Solutions
  4. Arcweb
  5. Eventuosity
  6. RJMetrics
  7. Picwell
  8. Oz
  9. Roar
  10. LoopIt
  11. Habitat
  12. Annee London
  13. Scholly
  14. BioBots
  15. Digitas Health
  16. Jefferson
  17. O3 World
  18. Arts+Business Council
  19. Curalate
  20. DreamIt
  21. NextFab
  22. Penn Center for Innovation*
  23. Guru
  24. Zeo Brothers
  25. Comcast*
  26. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia* (Here’s our story on why CHOP is sending three staffers to SXSW.)
  27. IBX*
  28. RECPhilly
  29. Philly Startup Leaders
  30. City of Philadelphia
  31. Tonic Design Co.
  32. AMMO (Amphetamobile, LLC)

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Juliana Reyes

Juliana Reyes has been covering the Philadelphia tech scene since 2012. She's co-president of the Asian American Journalists Association Philadelphia chapter and a two-time Philadelphia News Award winner for "Community Reporting of the Year." The Bryn Mawr College grad lives in West Philly, likes her food spicy and wears jumpsuits often.

  • Al

    iradiophilly (not listed) is also a sponsor of Amplify Philly. We will be back in Austin and broadcasting the Philadelphia music showcase live on Tuesday night for the second year.

  • http://zivtech.com Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg

    FYI- Guru, Chariot, and Zivtech were all sponsors.

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