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Guy Raz will keynote Introduced by on Sept. 25

During the 10th annual Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast, the podcaster of TED and NPR fame will headline the daylong conference on building better companies.

Tune in on Sept. 25 for a keynote from Guy Raz. (Photo by Peter Prato; image)

If you’re looking for lessons on  building great companies, you could do worse than someone who has developed a reputation for interviewing the most influential entrepreneurs on the planet.

That can describe Guy Raz, the former TED Radio Hour host whose “How I Built This” podcast with NPR has turned into one of the most listened-to shows in the country. By 2018, some 20 million people were hearing him monthly.

With a new book dropping next month, he is an ideal keynote for Introduced by, our daylong conference focused on introducing you to ideas for building better workplaces. On Friday, Sept. 25, he’ll close out a day of workshops and conversations for company builders — the entrepreneurs, innovative business leaders and HR professionals who spend their time thinking about company culture.

Tickets for Introduced are now live ($100) and the first 300 registrations will get a signed copy of Raz’s brand-new book shipped to your doorstep.

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Raz won’t be the only draw. The full slate of speakers will be confirmed shortly, and many of the topics are already in focus:

  • What Responsibility Does the Tech Economy Have for a “Just Recovery”?
  • Entrepreneurship is Declining. Recessions Kill Startups. What Are We Doing About It?
  • How to Grow Innovation Culture in a Non-Tech Environment
  • Universities as Economic Drivers
  • Founder, CEO and People: Company Culture Starts at the Top
  • Workshop: Approaches for Better Work-Life Balance
  • Workshop: Methods for Auditing and Improving Diverse Hiring Strategies
  • Make the Hire, Send the Wire: Real Equitable Wealth Creation

Thanks to the sponsors of the conference:

The day’s conversations will be split into three sections: Better Employee Engagement, More Equitable Hometowns and a room of workshops for real takeaways. The promise of the day is for you to leave with action to make your workplace better — mirroring the reporting here at

Interested in securing your spot as a leader in Philly’s tech and innovation economy?

From sharing new ideas, tools and processes being used by your business, to connecting with some of the region’s top talent, or simply showing your support for the mission, there are a variety of options available to suit nearly any strategic goal. Learn more and contact us today to discuss this.

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Plus, don’t forget to check out’s other pillar events:

The Developers Conference is on Wednesday, Sept. 23. Attendees will experience a full day of tech talks with industry luminaries and a virtual exhibit hall to connect with some of the region’s most prominent tech companies. Register and purchase your tickets here.

2020’s Signature Event will take place on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 24. Even though we won’t be dancing away on top of the Cira Centre, we still have a night full of fun planned, with some trivia, contests and plenty of nerdiness. Tickets go live this week!

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