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Attend Technical.ly’s Philly Tech Week events (and submit your own!)

The annual celebration of innovation, entrepreneurship and the tech community enters its 14th year — running May 3-11, 2024. Event submission deadline is March 22.

At Philly Tech Week 2023's Signature Event happy hour. (Technical.ly/Torian Studios)

PTW is back! The calendar is already filling in for Philly Tech Week 2024 presented by Comcast, the 14th annual edition that will run May 3-11.

For the first time, the open calendar of events is being led by the folks at 1Philadelphia, the new inclusive innovation initiative, and they’re bringing back a big outdoor kickoff to launch the week — mark the evening of Friday, May 3, so you can be sure to attend. Technical.ly is producing several of the week’s anchor events, too.

Submit your own event before March 22 on PhillyTechWeek.com.

Meanwhile, take a peek below at what Technical.ly has in store. As ever, all of these events not only advance your career, they also support our independent journalism — which celebrates 15 years this month.

NET/WORK Jobs Fair — Tuesday, May 7, at Launchpad

2023 was the first time Technical.ly’s showcase of hiring companies and tech talent took place during Philly Tech Week, and we’re bringing it back again for another round. Expect dozens of orgs with open roles and hundreds of technologists looking to grow their careers, along with professional development workshops and networking opportunities. Get your resume ready!

Tables are still available for hiring companies, starting at $1,500. Email sales@techncial.ly for more.

Technical.ly Developers Conference — Wednesday, May 8, at the Comcast Technology Center

Join for in-depth tech talks on a wide range of emerging software tools and best practices. Come for the sessions and stay for the happy hour, which will feature a super-meetup of all the technical meetup groups in the region.

Sponsorship is still available. Email sales@techncial.ly for more.

Technical.ly Builders Conference — Thursday, May 9, at Fitler Club

Technical.ly’s flagship annual daylong summit will gather our readers, clients and friends to share and learn about building better ecosystems and companies. Expect sessions on entrepreneurship and tech workforce trends; inclusive hiring best practices and growing your business. (PS: Technical.ly clients get special access to this event! Learn more here.)

Sponsorship is still available. Email sales@techncial.ly for more.

The tech community gathered at Technical.ly’s Builders Conference during Philly Tech Week 2023 presented by Comcast. (Technical.ly / Torian Studios)

Signature Event — Thursday May 9 at Fitler Club

As always, Philly Tech Week concludes with the best party of the year: the Signature Event. Shmooze and mingle with your fellow community members, and enjoy food, drinks and dancing — plus interactive technology and games, networking opportunities with hiring companies and more.

Community Events

Philly Tech Week this year is led by 1Philadelphia and organized with us at Technical.ly — but it only works with the dozens of other events organized by you. Get details about submitting yours by March 22 on PhillyTechWeek.com. (To sponsor all of Philly Tech Week, contact 1Philadelphia at phillytechweek@1phl.org)

Stay tuned for more details

The best way to keep up to date on announcements and developments is to sign up for the Philly Tech Week newsletter. We’ll be sharing more info as venues and participants are confirmed, and you can also join the conversation on Technical.ly’s Slack community.

We’re already so excited for what’s in store this May, and can’t wait to celebrate together!

Companies: 1Philadelphia / Comcast
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