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Cool opportunity alert: We wanna give you a 1-on-1 with Philly’s top tech leaders

Are you looking forward to Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast yet or what?

Sign up to get some face time with these founders. (Courtesy images)

Hey you, are you searching for some inspiration and guidance from the region’s top tech leaders? We got you covered.

During our Business Conference during Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast on Thursday, May 4, we will host our first ever Introduced: Curated Founder Connections. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, starting a new company, growing your business or just looking for some motivation, this is the event for you. You’ll have the chance to meet face to face with some awesome seasoned founders in Philly (I promise we aren’t biased). Check out this lineup — and if this list doesn’t convince you, I don’t know what will.

So, if you are searching for that spark of inspiration and you think you will find it from those founders, all you need to do is fill out our meeting request form. The more info you provide on the form, the better opportunity you will have for a scheduled meeting. We’ll share the form with our founders and curate meetings between the two of you. It’s like matchmaking, but better.

Oh and I almost forgot to mention, it’s free!

Apply by Friday, Apr. 21.

Apply now

Please note that filling out the form does not guarantee a meeting.

Companies: ROAR / Stitch, Inc. / Guru Technologies / MilkCrate / Wilco Electronic Systems

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