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What to expect at Philly’s Most Diverse Tech Hub reception on Nov. 17

To close out Technical.ly's year of DEI programming, learn more about the future of tech work culture and maybe find your next job from one of these inclusivity-minded hiring companies.

Perpay headquarters.

(Courtesy photo)

Tech is changing for good. Those who aren’t ahead will get left behind.

To get ahead, learn more about the future of tech work culture and meet others who are working toward inclusivity at the Most Diverse Tech Hub reception on Thursday, Nov. 17 at Perpay’s Market Street headquarters.

Philly aims to become the country’s, you guess it, most diverse tech hub — and to get there, we at Technical.ly curated a year of programming that allowed our city’s employers to connect directly to Black and brown technologists and actionable DEI knowledge from industry consultants and leaders. Through this work, we’ve learned that a fully inclusive and anti-racist organization is one that reflects full participation and mutual power across racial and economic groups and cultural identities.

Join Technical.ly and our partner 1Philadelphia for the Most Diverse Tech Hub reception, our conclusion to our current initiative to increase Black and brown participation in tech.

Register for the free event

On Nov. 17, 5 p.m. at Perpay’s headquarters, you can expect to:

  • Connect with employers like Pinnacle 21, Comcast, Perpay, Crossbeam, Fastmail, Kleer and more that are hiring in the region
  • Hear from the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Commerce and Technical.ly about the future work trends that will shape tech culture in Philadelphia
  • Network with local tech talent in tech with 360-degree views of the city
  • Celebrate with the Most Diverse Tech Hub program with food and drinks

This reception will also serve as the kick off to the 1Philadelphia Innovation Weekend.

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Want to learn more about the Most Diverse Tech Hub program and watch past workshops? Revisit the series here.

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