We’ve missed you.
Though the pandemic continues to cloud what the future might be, we at Technical.ly are planning for Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast to return with in-person and virtual events this spring.
Join us from May 6 to 14, 2022.
For the uninitiated: PTW is a curated calendar of events celebrating technology, entrepreneurship and innovation. Here’s what we know about the 2022 edition so far:
The Technical.ly Developers Conference will take place Tuesday, May 10, and Technical.ly’s company-building conference, Introduced, will happen Thursday, May 12. Community events will begin on Friday, May 6, and finish on Saturday, May 14. Familiar anchor events like the HUE Tech Summit organized by Jumoke Dada will return, as will efforts by PACT, the Penn Center for Innovation and partners like law firm Morgan Lewis and Ben Franklin Technology Partners.
These events range from professional development, networking, and artistic and creative displays and exhibitions. This is a gathering of likeminded people — the technology and the ideas are there, but the people are far more important.
Mark your calendars and look out for more announcements soon. Submit your own event for calendar inclusion consideration here, and subscribe for PTW22 email updates here:
Last year, we learned that place still matters, even as virtual gatherings allow for greater flexibility and limitless opportunities. We at Technical.ly, with an online community, see this annual event series as a national gathering held annually in Philadelphia for all of our readers, friends and partners to explore and learn from each other, regardless of where they call home.
Dozens of exhibitors from across the country give us a glimpse of the future — with new technologies and ways of doing business alike. Many of the week’s events are free or low cost, thanks to sponsors, partners and volunteers. This is the region’s largest on-ramp and exhibition of technology, entrepreneurship and innovation. The last two years have been entirely online; it’s time to come back together in-person, at least in part.
PTW has always been a community of people. Where and how we gather may change, but the quality and common goals of our interactions never will. Our promise to you is to continue to honor that and deliver a new world of experiences that keep people connected, informed, engaged and inspired. Together we will rejuvenate and build anew for a lasting tomorrow.