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Party at URBN and close out Philly Tech Week 2016 in style

We return to URBN (hello, 2013!) for the annual Philly Tech Week Signature Event. If you had to pick just one event for #PTW16, this is it.

Attendees at the PTW15 Signature Event. (Photos by Photobot 3000)
This isn’t just a cocktail party. It’s play time for adults.

We shut down Philly Tech Week 2013 at URBN’s Navy Yard HQ and we’re excited to bring it back for 2016. If you haven’t been to URBN HQ yet, it’s a larger, industrial version of some of the fashion conglomerate’s retail stores. It overlooks a shipyard. It’s amazing.
Hang with over 1,000 members of the Philly tech community while chatting over drinks and video games. Last year’s attendees took home little vials of DNA from Biomeme, did some brain training with Narbis glasses, played an artistic harp from The Hacktory, got 3D-scanned by NRI 3D Labs and more.
Do you have a “wow factor” or interactive experience you think should be at the closing party? Fill out our Demo Interest Form to be considered.


Expect to hear a lot more in the coming weeks, but for now make sure to get your tickets to our party of the year.

Get tickets

There are still opportunities to get involved in Philly Tech Week 2016 presented by Comcast (happening April 29-May 7). Find out more here.

Companies: URBN / Biomeme / The Hacktory / Urban Outfitters /

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