(Photo via Comcast, graphic by Penji )
Close out Philly Tech Week 2019 presented by Comcast NBCUniversal on a high note in the city’s new tallest building, the Comcast Technology Center, with an exciting and interactive celebration of our homegrown tech and innovation community.
We’re planning a one-of-a-kind experience in this amazing space, including gorgeous views of Philadelphia during our reception featuring a local tech expo and music! We don’t want to spill all of the secrets yet, so stay tuned for more details and sign up for the PTW-specific newsletter to be among the first to learn more about the activations and giveaways from our partners and sponsors coming in the next few weeks.
If you thought last year’s Signature Event held in Reading Terminal Market was poppin’, just wait until we take over this beautiful space and show you how, year after year after year, our team throws the best annual celebration centered on local innovation. Guests will have the chance to meet key tech, product, talent, business and startup teams from our partners at Comcast NBCUniversal, and will be some of the first guests to network in the Comcast Technology Center.
The cost to attend is just $40. About 50 of you already bought tickets to the 2019 Signature Event without knowing where it would be held — bet you’re patting yourself on the back right about now, huh?
Thank you to all our 2019 Philly Tech Week Signature Event sponsors:
P.S. Due to tight security at the building, attendance will be capped at this event and only guests that are on our list will be granted entry to the building. Additionally, this year there will be no day-of tickets available. Registrations, if not already sold out, will close at noon on Thursday, May 9. We do expect to sell out of this event so please be mindful of this as we will not be able to make any exceptions.
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