You’re invited to celebrate the Philly region’s Inc. 5000 honorees on Sept. 11

Technically Media, WeWork and Penji are honoring the class of 2019 with the Inc. 5000 Celebration of Success on Wednesday, to benefit three local education nonprofits.

(Image by Penji)
Full disclosure: Technically Media is a media partner for the Inc. 5000 Celebration of Success.
Update: Francisco Garcia, director of business development for innovation and technology at the City of Philadelphia, has been added as a speaker, and WeWork's James Ervin has been removed. (9/9/19, 6:38 p.m.)

Inc. released its 2019 Inc. 5000 list tracking the fastest-growing companies across the country in August, and we noted that out of all the companies that made the list, 128 come from the Philly metro area, including the ‘burbs, South Jersey and Wilmington.

This year, we’re honoring the latest class by cohosting the Inc. 5000 Celebration of Success event on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at WeWork’s Northern Liberties location. This is an opportunity to celebrate business in the Greater Philadelphia region alongside top companies like Penji, WeWork, Technically Media (hey, that’s us!), Saxbys and more.

The event is also celebrating the work of three local education nonprofits: Hopeworks Camden, Garces Foundation and 12+. The event is free but there will be an opportunity at the event to support the work of these great organizations.

Register Now (Free!)Why should you attend the event?

  • Meet with top entrepreneurs, CEOs, founders, organizational leaders, innovators and more.
  • Enjoy food and cocktails while having great conversations.
  • It’s free to attend!

Speakers at the event:

  • Francisco Garcia, director of business development for innovation and technology at the City of Philadelphia
  • Vincent Better, VP of Philadelphia initiatives at Technically Media
  • Richard Russey, VP editor at Inc.

There are also sponsorship opportunities available for companies and entrepreneurs. Sponsorship dollars go directly to supporting Hopeworks, Garces Foundation and 12+. It’s not too late to get involved: Find more information on sponsorship packages here.

Why should your company sponsor?

  • Logo display on marketing material, display at the event and recognition in an email newsletter
  • Silver package includes a dedicated booth at the event
  • Gold package includes a feature in a special Instagram wall and in a post-event video.
  • Every sponsor will be mentioned and thanked in a story published by Philly and Delaware. This piece will be included in’s daily newsletters to over 18,000 technologists.
  • Most importantly, every dollar raised goes to local nonprofits!

You can also purchase a sponsorship package immediately, through Eventbrite and the sponsorship coordinator will reach out to finalize details. Click the button below to sponsor now:jim

Support local non-profits now with sponsorship

Companies: / WeWork / Inc.

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