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Philly tech is still fresh: Michael Idinopulos, PeopleLinx Chief Marketing Officer

"People who do tech startups in Philly still feel that giddy sense of wonder and magic that comes from starting something totally new," wrote Michael Idinopulos, who spent five years working in Palo Alto at enterprise social software company SocialText and started at PeopleLinx last May.

Silicon Valley might be jaded but the less established Philly’s tech scene still feels fresh.

So said Michael Idinopulos, Chief Marketing Officer for Center City LinkedIn analytics firm PeopleLinx, in a blog post inspired by Curalate CEO Apu Gupta‘s recent open love letter to Philly.

Read his post here.

“People who do tech startups in Philly still feel that giddy sense of wonder and magic that comes from starting something totally new,” wrote Idinopulos, who spent five years working in Palo Alto at enterprise social software company SocialText and started at PeopleLinx last May. “We don’t take it for granted. We still feel lucky and grateful to be doing what we’re doing. We’re scrappy.”

Read the whole post here.

If you’re feeling similarly inspired, let us know why you’re building your business in Philly and we might run it.

Companies: PeopleLinx

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