Philly has an abundance of resources when it comes to starting a business. But what happens when you’re up and running (and maybe already pretty successful) but you need that next big break to move you forward?
A consistent pain point we’ve heard from local startups is the lack of business-to-business opportunities. Why is it so hard to get in front of Comcast, one of the largest companies headquartered in Philadelphia?
Technical.ly Philly is here to help.
During Philly Tech Week 2016 presented by Comcast, join us at Technical.ly Introduced: A curated B2B event. Apply for the chance to meet purchasing representatives from various large businesses in the region and pitch your product or service. If you’re matched with a large organization, we’ll set up a one-on-one meeting for you to pitch your business in person.
Confirmed companies include:
Technical.ly Introduced is a part of the PTW16 Business Conference, which also includes Lunch&Learn: Workshop your Business, for hands-on practical advice for starting your business, and #Failfest, where you can hear from eight local founders on their failures and what they learned from them.
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