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Super Meetup is an opportunity to bring together all of Philadelphia’s tech-related meetup groups for one big networking happy hour, and of course, we’re bringing it back for Summer 2019!
If you haven’t been yet — you’re in for a treat. We’ll be celebrating the tech community with all of you on August 22 (venue TBD).
We can’t wait to get together this summer to recognize the hardworking meetup organizers who put together valuable programming each month. Let’s give ourselves a chance to take a break, relax with a cold drink and hang with our old connections and make some new friends: In 2016, about 1,000 people showed up.
The best part about this event (aside from the summertime shine, drinks and great people)? It’s free!
What can you expect at Super Meetup this summer?
- A whole bunch of great meetups from around the city; 2018’s event hosted 21 of them. You’ll be able to identify them by their name tags and we encourage you to chat with organizers one-on-one to find out ways to get involved.
- Beverages and great food from some of the local restaurants
- Bring plenty of business cards and lots of energy — there will be lots of connections there to make.
- You can even find opportunities (and swag) with some of our exhibiting sponsors.
Some of the exhibiting sponsors that are already on board (with more to come) to meet you this summer:
- Chariot Solutions
- Fulton Financial
- Think Company
- Saul Ewing
We have more opportunities for companies to be a part of Super Meetup Philly. Click below to find out more:
And if you’re interested in getting your meetup group involved, please reach out to email@example.com for more details and we’ll be sure to get you connected for this fantastic event.
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