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Which companies had the best swag at NET/WORK Philly?

Freebies are good, but you'll have to consult our Snapchat Swag Report to see whose freebies were the finest.

NET/WORK attendees peruse the offerings of ProMetrics and Brio Solutions. (Photo by Jeanette Lloyd)

Last night’s NET/WORK Philly jobs fair had a lot of people (nearly 700) and a lot of companies looking to hire (51, to be precise). As such, there was also a lot of swag — the heavily branded freebies meant to lure jobseekers onto new shores of gainful employment.

We here at Technical.ly are here for you, so we bravely took to the heavy seas of swag for the semi-regular, sneakily-popular Snapchat Swag Report. This reporter, full disclosure, is prominently featured.

The end of the video also includes the handing out of our first-ever, v prestigious NET/WORK Awards, the winners of which you can read about here.

Companies: Brio / Stitch, Inc. / CardConnect / BuLogics / Curalate

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