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Here’s your chance to win free tickets to Delaware Innovation Week

Join our newsletter and you can win free tickets to a slew of #DIW15 events. Yeah, you want this.

The free tickets you can win probably won't look like this. (Tickets via Shutterstock)

Of the nearly two-dozen events taking place during the inaugural Delaware Innovation Week, kicking off Friday, some are free. Many are not. If you’re on a budget, here’s your chance to win some tickets — and you just have to join our newsletter.
Sign up for our newsletter and enter one or some of these codes into the “Code” field, in order to win tickets:

  • DIW-Biz
  • DIW-Dev
  • DIW-Closing

(Yeah, you can put multiple codes in the “Code” field.) If you’ve already signed up for our Delaware newsletter, sign up to get updates from Technical.ly National and do the same. We’ll announce winners by Friday, Nov. 13.
Here are the events you can win tickets to:

  • Business Conference with #Failfest ($30 value, Monday, Nov. 16, 1-6 p.m.) — Followed by a Women in Tech happy hour, we’ll be hosting an Entrepreneur Bootcamp and our storytelling event about real-life, heart-breaking, ultimately invaluable failure.
  • Future of Digital Marketing Conference ($75 value, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2-6 p.m.) — One of our most popular recurring events, this sells out annually during Philly Tech Week and Baltimore Innovation Week. Here’s a fresh chance to hear real case studies on the future of content marketing, brand building and other digital marketing.
  • Dev Conference with Tech Talks ($80 value, Thursday, Nov. 19, 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.) — From beginner coding classes to high-level tech talks, this day is a great way to test or sharpen your software chops. It will be held at Wilmington’s coIN Loft coworking space, a short walk from the Wilmington Amtrak station, also serviced by SEPTA.
  • Innovation Celebration closing party ($60 value, Friday, Nov. 20, 5-8 p.m.) — Like other big parties we host, there will be lots of local tech to play with, an open bar, good food and great conversations. Held at the iconic Hercules Building in downtown Wilmington, this will be the week’s biggest party, with more than 150 people from Delaware and beyond.

And make sure you share on social media using the #DIW15 hashtag!

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