Technical.ly Introduced: A curated B2B event
There are a surplus of opportunities in Philadelphia to meet local startups. The real challenge for some of these successful entrepreneurs is meeting their next client, the decision makers at large corporations.
Join us at Technical.ly Introduced and get the opportunity to meet some of these large businesses and pitch your product or service to members of their purchasing departments.
We'll be inviting local businesses, both large and small, to participate in the event and share what types of businesses they're interested in meeting (either to buy or sell). From there, we'll help in facilitating some matchmaking!
Don't miss this great networking opportunity to meet some of the most talked about companies in Philadelphia. We'll also have a few professional development activities available to you in between networking.
We'll also have a few hands-on activities to take part in while you're in between meetings!
While you're waiting, meet with:
- John Ballard of LevLane, a local full-service advertising agency, and have your website critiqued. Pull up your website and let John give you real-time feedback on fast changes to improve your visibility and customer engagement.
- Erica Nardello, social strategist at O3 World. If you've got questions about how to use social to make your personal or professional brand shine and drive results, she can help.
Register for a chance to meet purchasing representatives from the following companies/organizations:
- City of Newark
- City of Philadelphia
- Saul Ewing
- Stanley Black & Decker
- Temple University
Meetings are not guaranteed. Please fill out our Meeting Request Form and share some information about your company and services. We will reach out to the large businesses on your behalf and they will decide which companies they are interested in setting up in-person meetings with during the event. If you have questions, please reach out to email@example.com.
Due to specific time constraints and high interest, Philly Tech Week will be limiting the number of startups that are scheduled to meet with City of Philadelphia CIO Charles Brennan. These meetings do not guarantee purchase of service and are purely informational.