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Have a speaker, theme, venue or new idea you want to see included in Philly Tech Week? Here’s your chance to have it heard.
Join us at the Biddle Building on Thursday, Dec. 17, from 6-9 p.m. to help us start planning Philly Tech Week 2016.
Hear from Technical.ly event organizers on what’s already in the works, then break into groups to brainstorm ideas that will help inform #PTW16. I mean, we’re also going to have beer and pizza, so there’s that.
Need another reason to attend? The venue is pretty sweet. Technical.ly Philly’s editorial team once asked, “Is this the most beautiful startup office in Philly?”
Word on the street is that it’s even prettier now. We can’t wait to partake in some office envy!
After that, there’s another opportunity to get involved. On Monday, Jan. 11 from 2-4 p.m., we’ll host a Twitter Chat. Technical.ly event organizers will share how to get involved, tips on making your Philly Tech Week event stand out and what resources are available to you. Use the hashtag #PTW16 to get your questions answered. And follow @PhillyTechWeek on Twitter to keep up with the conversation.
We’ll again organize Philly Tech Week events into the following tracks:
Join us at these two upcoming events to start getting excited about Philly Tech Week 2016, held April 29-May 7, 2016. It’s Philly Tech Week’s six-year anniversary and, with your help, it’ll be the best year yet.-30-
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