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Win two tickets to the Wharton Web Conference

On July 16, the eighth annual conference will host P'unk Ave's Tom Boutell, the City of Philadelphia's Lauren Ancona and a keynote from UX expert Jesse James Garrett.

The Wharton Web Conference. (Courtesy photo)

The eighth annual Wharton Web Conference features P’unk Ave’s Tom Boutell, the City of Philadelphia’s Lauren Ancona and a keynote from UX expert Jesse James Garrett.
See a full list of speakers here.*
The all-day event is on Thursday, July 16.
Get tickets ($249)
We’re giving away two tickets to the conference. Sign up for our newsletter and put “Wharton Web” in the “Organization” field. If you’ve already signed up for our local newsletter, sign up to get updates from National and do the same. We’ll choose a winner Friday, June 26.

*It’s great to see gender diversity on the speaker lineup — an issue we’ve been following with local tech events — though we’ll note that it’s lacking in racial diversity, with zero speakers of color out of ten speakers.
Organizer Scott McNulty said the conference takes diversity seriously.
He wrote in an email: “This year our lineup didn’t end up as racially diverse as we would have liked (I will note that last year we had a better mix, so this isn’t a chronic issue with WWC). We are conscious of it, and working hard to improve!”

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