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Vote for these superlatives during Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast

You nominated people worth shouting out who will be involved in #PTW17. Now vote.

What community leader taking part of Philly Tech Week is 'Most Likely to Mayor' someday? (Courtesy Photos)
Tell us who deserves a special shoutout during the region’s largest celebration of technology and entrepreneurship, Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast.

You nominated them. Now vote for our #PTW17 Superlatives.

Vote now

Voting is open until next Wednesday, April 26. Winners will be announced on Friday, May 5, the same day as our always epic, annual closing #PTW17 Signature Event.

And remember, take pictures and tweet out nominations for our other categories:

  • Best Dressed #PTW17  Speaker
  • Best #PTW17 Venue
  • Best #PTW17 Food Spread
  • Best #PTW17 Swag

We’ll also choose a winner for Most Retweeted #PTW17 Tweet.

Here are our nominations for this round of categories:

Most Likely to be Mayor

(Not a bad time to give another read to our 2013 piece on 10 Philadelphia technology leaders who should run for mayor.)

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Who writes the Most Beautiful Code in Philadelphia?

Most Beautiful Code

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Stitch Data, with CEO Jake Stein, Tassl with cofounder Melissa Schipke or Cosy Robo, with leader Jonas Cleveland?

Startup Most Likely to Have a Eye-Popping Exit

(Not a bad time to check out our RealLIST of startups we think have the best momentum in town)

  • Tassl: alumni engagement platform
  • Cosy: Penn robotics spinout
  • Stitch: RJMetrics spinout consolidated sales data platform

Event Most Likely to Have a Waiting List

Look forward to more opportunities to shout out your community.

Companies: COSY / Stitch, Inc. / Curalate / Technical.ly

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