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Two suburban tech companies are trying to lure college grads back to the 202 Corridor.

C Cubed, or Chester County Connects, wants to connect college grads with local tech companies. (Photo via Facebook)

For a long time, Philadelphia proper was a startup wasteland.
Much of the activity (and dollars) was concentrated out in the suburbs, specifically the 202 Corridor, stretching from West Chester to Fort Washington.
But times have changed. The city is now the startup darling. But a pair of tech companies want to remind jobseekers that hey, tech still exists out here.
Cloud services company Evolve IP and recruiting firm Intelligent Capital Network are hosting C Cubed (Chester County Connects), a job fair at Evolve IP’s Wayne headquarters today from 3-7 p.m. It’s specifically focused on hiring for companies in and around Chester County.
(Its branding looks a lot like tech job fair Uncubed, but the two are not affiliated, a spokeswoman said.)
The overall mission is to retain college grads in the Philly area, said Evolve IP’s Guy Fardone through a spokeswoman. It’ll be interesting to see how efforts like this fare, especially since we’ve seen recent college grads largely choose the city over the suburbs.

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Inside Evolve IP’s office in Wayne. (Courtesy photo)

Here’s a list of companies that’ll be at the fair.

  1. Evolve IP
  2. ICN
  3. Quattro
  4. Hire One
  5. Creative Financial
  6. Analytical Graphics (AGI)
  7. Comcast
  8. Teva Pharmaceuticals
  9. Sparknet Technologies
  10. Alliance Pharmaceuticals
  11. Vertex
  12. InternU
  13. iPipeline
  14. Cousins Energy
  15. Vista Today
Companies: Evolve IP

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