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Philly founders and investors are headed to Camden for the UP Conference

On Jan. 14, Waterfront Ventures is rallying some local tech folks to bring attention across the river.

The conference is happening at the Waterfront Technology Center in Camden. (Courtesy photo)

A slice of Philly’s tech scene is hopping over the Delaware River for a tech-oriented entrepreneurship event called the UP Conference, organized by Camden-based nonprofit Waterfront Ventures.

The UP Conference is happening Jan. 14 at Camden’s Waterfront Technology Center (right where the Camden CoLab coworking space is based). A quick browse through the speaker lineup will show you it’s peppered with Philly tech folks, like RJMetrics founder Robert Moore and SnipSnap founder Ted Mann. (Fun fact: RJMetrics used to work out of the Camden CoLab, when it used to be the Rutgers Camden Business Incubator.)

Get tickets ($35-$45)

From the venture capital side, Philly’s SeventySix Capital will also have representation by way of Director of Operations Chad Stender. Investor Marc Kramer, Angel Venture Fair’s executive director, will also be speaking at the event.

BTW, you can get a a $5 off the ticket price. Just enter the code “CAMDEN” when you subscribe to our newsletter. We’ll email you the discount code by Jan. 10.

Companies: RJMetrics / SeventySix Capital / SnipSnap

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