Back row, from left to right: Breadboard Curator David Clayton, Azavea Founder Robert Cheetham, City of Philadelphia Division of Technology Chief of Staff Jeff Friedman, Morgan Lewis Partner Steve Goodman, SEER Interactive Founder Wil Reynolds. Middle row, left to right: Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce President Rob Wonderling, Morgan Lewis Partner Jeff Bodle, Phrequency.com Editor Leah Kaufman, NuPathe CEO Jane Hollingsworth, Geekadelphia Cofounder Eric Smith, Ben Franklin Technology Partners Investment Group Vice President Terrance Hicks, William Way LGBTQ Commuity Center Executive Director Chris Bartlett. Front row, from left: BrainRewards CEO Jane Hoffer, Philly Startup Leaders Board Member Tracey Welson-Rossman, Indy Hall Cofounder Alex Hillman, two.one.five magazine Publisher Tayyib Smith, Temple University Center for Design and Innovation Director Youngjin Yoo, P'unk Ave Cofounder Geoff DiMasi, University City Science Center CEO Steve Tang.
Philly Tech Week, to be held the last week of April, the 25-30, is getting a new round of details.
Philly Tech Week lunchtime speaker series
Tuesday What is Cloud Computing and why should nonprofits care? by NPower: RSVP here, light refreshments
Challenges and Innovations in Nonprofit Web design by Happy Cog: RSVP here
Price: FREE, with reservation as space is limited
- Our free lunchtime speaker series has been announced and space is limited, see details at right.
- You can now get greater details about the more than 45 events, including blurbs on the PTW website
- As we announced this morning, Thursday morning City Council will officially name April 25-30 as Philly Tech Week with the passage of a resolution. Come out and support!
- Reservation links are starting to appear on the PTW website calendar, so if you’re itching to get a spot, better do so quickly.
- We’re still firming up details on our speakers, but tickets for the Friday night Signature Event cocktail reception at WHYY to close out the week are now available for sale ($20).
- We also have shared more about Saturday April 30’s Open Gov Hackathon presented by Tropo, which will use city data cataloged by OpenDataPhilly.org, which will be unveiled that Monday.
- With Red Flag Media, we’re putting together the Philly Tech Week print supplement, which was kicked off by a photo shoot with an industry-diverse Philadelphia Technology Leaders Breakfast held March 22, as suggested in the above photo.
- After seeing a demo, we’re waiting on the more finalized version of the Philly Tech Week mobile app from Alkali Media
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