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What will be the impact of Philly Tech Week 2012?

The second ever open calendar festival of tech community events in Philadelphia is just six months away.

Full Disclosure: Technically Philly organizes Philly Tech Week.

“To make a better Philadelphia through technology.” That’s our call to action and the motto of Philly Tech Week 2012, now only six months away.
Today, we’ve launched the Philly Tech Week media kit, which you can flip through by clicking the embed above to active full-screen mode, or by clicking this link.
Using data and information we collected from attendees, this publication will help you understand the value of the inaugural Philly Tech Week, held in April, which brought together 4,000 people at 65 events and had city-wide impact.
The big takeaways are in the 2011 numbers:

  • 65 events across broad range of technology industries
  • More than 4,000 people attended events throughout the region
  • Featured in more than 50 stories in newspapers, radio, television and blogs
  • 35 participating sponsors signed on for inaugural year
  • 30,000 unique visits to PhillyTechWeek.com and TechnicallyPhilly.com during month of event as well as 1,000 social media mentions

We hope this media kit shows why we need your help to make a success out of Philly Tech Week 2012, to be held April 22 through April 28, 2012. Check out the media kit here. Sign-up for email updates and look for a Fall launch of the 2012 website here.
If you’re already interested in getting involved, learn how to organize an event or how to sponsor Philly Tech Week.

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