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You can be on the cover of our #DIW16 magazine

Here's a chance to collaborate with your favorite Delaware tech publication.

Delaware Innovation Week 2016 presented by 1313 Innovation is taking place next month, Nov. 11-18, and we’re thrilled to bring you the latest and the greatest in the First State’s tech scene
Are you a photographer interested in having your work displayed on the cover of Delaware Innovation Week’s magazine this year? (Here’s last year’s mag.) This is your chance to collaborate with Technical.ly Delaware.
To be considered, submit no more than three of your favorite photos by Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Fill out this form and submit it to marketing@technical.ly, we’ll let you know by Thursday, Oct. 20 if you got the pick.

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