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10 reasons to be at Tech2gether

This Wednesday's Delaware Innovation Week event is poised to be bigger and better than last year's. Here's what's in store.

As seen at Tech2gether 2014. (Photo courtesy of 1313 Innovation)
Full disclosure: 1313 Innovation is the title sponsor of Delaware Innovation Week 2015.

If you’re not already drooling over the full lineup of speakers, then let me list all the other reasons why you need to be at Tech2gether this Wednesday.

The Demo Pit will be poppin’
  • Sovereign Air will be 3D scanning and printing … you! And you desperately need your own action figure. Right? Right.
  • Zip Code Wilmington will be displaying what they have created with Google Cardboard: A little augmented monster chess. It’s pretty cool.
  • BassAware. We know you’re “all about that bass.” Now you can wear it and feel it.
There will also be other cool stuff
There’s a brand-new Pitch Competition

And it’s only for college students. What makes this exciting? The judges, the prizes and the ideas will all be worthwhile.
There are three $1,000 prizes: the judges’ choice, the crowd’s choice and the innovation award. This portion of Tech2gether is sponsored by Capital One.

Did we mention the live music?

We’ve been able to lockdown the band Cheerleader. According to Lindsay Borders of AXS, the Philly-based “dream-pop rockers” have been dragging in rave reviews for their new EP.

Market Street is all ours

Yup, we’re shutting it down again for another wild performance. What’s great about this portion is you don’t even need a ticket to see it.

Companies: Zip Code Wilmington / Sovereign Air / Wilmington University / 1313 Innovation

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