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Nominate someone for Philly Tech Week Superlatives

Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast is about shouting out the glimmers of success here. These superlatives will be our newest way to get that done.

Who are you gonna nominate for the Philly Tech Week Superlatives? (Old photos via Shutterstock)

For Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast, we at Technical.ly wanted a new chance to shoutout those involved in the region’s biggest celebration of technology, entrepreneurship and innovation. Help us do that by nominating someone you think deserves more shine.

We’re throwing open our first ever Philly Tech Week Superlatives — yup, this is your chance to make good on high school.

This will come in two parts: you’ll nominate and vote for four categories before #PTW17 lands April 28, and then you’ll nominate on social four more categories during the week for Technical.ly to choose from. All the winners will be announced on Friday, May 5, ahead of the PTW17 Signature Event.

Nominate

Before Wednesday, April 19, nominate someone who will take part in #PTW17 (that could mean they’ll organize an event, speak on a panel or simply attend) that best fits these categories:

  • Most Likely to be Mayor
  • Most Beautiful Code
  • Startup Most Likely to Have a Eye-Popping Exit
  • Event Most Likely to Have a Waiting List

Between April 28 and May 5, nominate someone on social media using #PTW17 with a photo for these categories:

  • Best Dressed #PTW17  Speaker
  • Best #PTW17 Venue
  • Best #PTW17 Food Spread
  • Best #PTW17 Swag

We’ll also give a shoutout for Most Retweeted #PTW17 Tweet, which we’ll find on Twitter.

Nominate away!

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