At Technically Philly, we often have a problem.
As part of our job, we see lots of great products and companies that deserve more attention. When we tell our readers and others about some of the companies we cover, we often hear “I didn’t know that was happening here.”
When: 10/06. 6 p.m.
Where: University of the Arts
Interested in attending?
Register Here. Tickets are $9.
Well, with the help of our friend Jameson Detweiler, Technically Philly is proud to announce Switch, a new event that will take place on Oct. 6th at the Levitt Auditorium at the Gershman Hall at the University of the Arts… at Broad and Pine streets in Center City.
Switch will feature five local companies demoing their latest and greatest in front of a large crowd to help get the word out about the wonderful things happening in our backyard.
We aim for Switch to become our community’s pep rally, a chance to be proud of the great things happening here while inviting our friends from other cities to brag a bit.
We hope to spend an hour at the Levitt Auditorium, a fully restored theater unlike any other venue in the city. There, we will watch five companies show off their demos in a theater-like setting. After roughly an hour, we’ll all walk two blocks to Tavern on Broad to grab a few beers. The event will be recorded and the video of demos will be available shortly after the event.
If you like to attend, tickets are $9 and can be purchased at Ticketleap or at Switchphilly.com. Also, thanks to our sponsors, First Round Capital, Genacast Ventures, The Corzo Center, MCD Law Partners and the University City Science Center.
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