We’re only a few short months from the fourth annual Philly Tech Week presented by AT&T and we couldn’t be more excited.
As you know, we have moved the week up to the beginning of April with events happening from the 4th to the 12th. Naturally, this means deadlines are also pushed up, so we want to share with you some important ones.
- This Fri. Jan. 17, 2014: Completed event proposals must be submitted for consideration
- Fri. Jan. 24, 2014: We will respond to your proposal
- Mon. Feb. 10, 2014: Final event details due, including high-resolution images and logos. (Please note: we will not be accepting new proposals at this deadline. All event proposals must be received by Jan 17.) Microgrant applications are also due on this deadline.
All the information you should need to organize an event can be found on the Event Organizer’s Guide. Use it to help in your event planning process if you’re an event organizer.
If you are a startup interested in demoing, or a speaker interested in presenting, fill out the forms below, and we’ll be in touch:
Look out for announcements soon about Track Days, our curated relevant programming around each track (or subject matter area) which will land on the same day in a designated part of the city.
Finally, look out for the official Philly Tech Week 2014 site launch later this month.
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