PalmLing, Inhabi and Airtime to demo at Switch Philly: judged by Mayor Nutter, Josh Kopelman, Ellen Weber for prize pack - Technical.ly Philly

Apr. 4, 2012 11:30 am

PalmLing, Inhabi and Airtime to demo at Switch Philly: judged by Mayor Nutter, Josh Kopelman, Ellen Weber for prize pack

Switch Philly 3 Where: The Levitt Auditorium, Gershman Hall, Uarts, 401 South Broad Street, Center City How much: $10 When: April 25, 6 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. Buy Tickets PalmLing, Inhabi and Airtime will be three of the five companies to compete at Switch Philly 3, the startup demo event that’s part of Philly Tech Week. […]

Switch Philly 3

Where: The Levitt Auditorium, Gershman Hall, Uarts, 401 South Broad Street, Center City

How much: $10

When: April 25, 6 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.

PalmLing, Inhabi and Airtime will be three of the five companies to compete at Switch Philly 3, the startup demo event that’s part of Philly Tech Week.

All will be demoing new products or thorough upgrades to services.

They will be joined by the winners of Startup Weekend and Mobile Monday’s demo events to round out the five demo companies — giving the chance for an idea to go from creation to launch during the week.

The event, presented by Novotorium and Morgan Lewis, will feature First Round Capital Managing Partner Josh Kopelman, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and Robin Hood Ventures Executive Director Ellen Weber as judges to determine the winner of a prize pack to help “switch” the startup into the city’s next great success.

The tech demo event will feature five local startups all competing for a chance to win a prize pack that includes space at local incubators like Novotorium, meetings with investors around the city and pro-bono legal services. The goal is to “switch” a local venture into the city’s next great startup success story while having a great time.

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Companies: Inhabi, Palmling
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