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Showcase your local game, AR/VR project or drone at Introduced by Technical.ly 2019

We are seeking demos for the Play and Get Involved floors at the #Intro19 conference! Here's what to expect and how to get involved.

The founders of Launch Lane's inaugural cohort.

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By now, you’ve probably noticed tons of exciting updates about Introduced by Technical.ly 2019 being shared — including sneak peeks into the Message, Impact and Grow rooms.

On Thursday, May 9, not only will you experience content covering Philly Tech Week 2019 presented by Comcast’s seven programming tracks, but you will get a chance to explore a rotating demo floor organized by theme: Discover, Get Involved and Play.

Want to demo at #Intro19? Fill out this form

The “discover” floor will feature innovative companies and the products they are working on. From 9 to 11 a.m., prepare to be wowed by inventions designed to increase your productivity and improve your process. Check out the following companies and organizations activating this floor:

During the “get involved” floor time, you’ll be able to seek volunteer opportunities and community initiatives to participate in. From noon to 2 p.m., learn about what happening in Philadelphia and how to offer a helping hand. A few exhibitor spots are available on this demo floor, but here’s who we have signed up so far:

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The “play” floor will take you on adventure or into another realm! From 3 to 5 p.m., play local games, tinker with toys from maker spaces, test augmented and virtual products and more. Get ready to get into the game with the companies listed below — space is available to exhibit!

We are actively seeking exhibitors to be a part of the “play” and “get involved” demo floors! Want to get involved? Fill out the demo interest form to drop us a quick description about your product, service, or project. Once you submit, we’ll reach out if we’re able to include you in this event!

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