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Watch out, Philly Startup Leaders. (We kid. Philly tech tours have become more and more popular as a way to expose newcomers to a wide swath of the community in one go. AOL founder Steve Case’s visit was the buzziest in recent past.)
On Dec. 13, Temple students and alumni who sign up for the free trek called LaunchPad Road Trip will hit four stops on the entrepreneurial trail:
“This road trip is an opportunity to expose our students to local innovation,” said Program Manager Kate Cassidy in an email. “Our goal is to connect student entrepreneurs to local organizations that will strengthen their bond to Philadelphia while exposing them to new resources, connections and opportunities.”
The trip includes transportation and food, but space is limited (so sign up now).
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