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When discussing Philadelphia’s technology community, questions about what its entrepreneurial leaders feel about the region often come up. It’s time to create a benchmark understanding of our young technology business leaders.
If you’ve founded an active company or are a CEO of a startup, we want to hear from you in the first ever Technical.ly Philly Tech Startup Survey. It should just take 10-12 minutes.
Take the survey here before Dec. 31.
Few quick details:
- We will share with everyone the anonymized data, so our community can better understand ourselves. Give us your time, and get back a better view into your peers.
- We’re tying all survey responses to specific companies for data accuracy’s sake, but we won’t share any specific firm details publicly. (i.e. employee counts through time)
- Generally speaking, we consider tech startups to have fewer than 200 employees and be no more than 3-5 years of age doing work on digital hardware, scalable software or related services. However, this is largely a self-selecting group, and so if you feel you fit in this category, please take this survey.
- Find a more detailed description of technology companies on the survey page.
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