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Philly Tech Week 2017

Philly Tech Week 2017 is a week-long celebration of technology and innovation happening throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. There’s something for everyone!

The 7th annual Philly Tech Week took place April 28 - May 6, 2017. Never been to Philly Tech Week? Check out 2015’s recap video

Save the Date! Philly Tech Week 2018 will happen April 27 through May 5.

Highlights

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Track Conferences

Philly Tech Week is organized into 7 different tracks (Creative, Access, Dev, Civic, Business, Media and Sciences). You can search for events that match your interests by clicking on one of the track icons.

Technical.ly also organizes Conference Days focused around some of these tracks. Click on the “Get Conference Tickets” button to learn more.

  • The strategy around technology coverage & promotion. Think: content marketing, digital marketing strategy, social networks.
  • Where programmers, designers, developers and project managers come together. Think: coding, front and back-end development, and more.
  • The startup and business community conversation. Think: venture capital, startups, bootstrapping, entrepreneur stories.
  • Where leaders in healthcare, the sciences, economic development, public health and academia come together. Think: commercialized technology, creating connectivity, influencing policy.
  • Where art and technology collide. Think: video games, digital art, community initiatives.
  • Discussing diversity and education issues that affect everyday citizens. Think: digital divide, digital education.
  • The impact of technology on government and civil society. Think: digital media, civic hacking, open data.

Map of Events

What’s happening where

Speakers

Find out where these awesome speakers will be throughout the week!

Matt Kull

Matt Kull is co-founder and CEO of RevZilla, an ecommerce company based in the Philadelphia Navy Yard. RevZilla was founded in 2007 by a core team of riders whose sole goal was bringing the best possible shopping experience to motorbiking enthusiast.

Matt is a technologist at heart. Prior to RevZilla, Matt held various developer roles at WebLink and GlaxoSmithKline. Matt holds a degree in Computer Science from Lock Haven University.



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Pat Woods

Pat Woods is the Communications Lead at Code for Philly and a Production Systems Analyst at Taylor & Francis Publishing.

In his day job, Pat and his team use technology to help find solutions for the Taylor & Francis Journals Production Department. This often manifests itself by mediating communication problems across systems.

As the Communications Lead of Code for Philly Pat works to spread the gospel of civic technology through the lens of his local brigade. He is a strong proponent of thinking globally, but hacking locally. Pat loves connecting with new people in the thriving Philly tech community. He gets his greatest joy out of seeing people come together, coalescing around the unique skill sets of each member involved, and tackling a problems to help their community.

When he’s not working on Code for Philly projects, Pat can usually be found riding one of his bikes, volunteering at Neighborhood Bike Works, taking photos or pretending that he knows how to play his guitar.



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Greg Ebbecke

Greg has spent the bulk of his career advocating for the unification of digital and traditional media planning under the umbrella of a single, data-driven marketing strategy. As Vice President, Business Intelligence, he is currently leading efforts to evaluate and optimize the flow of information as it relates to generating media intelligence. Drawing on nearly a decade of account management and planning experience across a variety of industries, Greg is driving innovation at Harmelin through the integration of account management, convergence of media buying models and the reimagining of other agency products and processes.

Greg currently holds a BS in Business Administration from Villanova University and a MBA with a concentration in Information Technology Management from Temple University. Outside of the office, he focuses his time on reinventing himself as a parent, an avid reader and (least successfully) as a golfer.



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Bo Hee Kim

Bo is the Brand Development Producer at Vox Media, responsible for growing and relaunching the company's eight editorial brands. Prior to joining Vox Media, Bo was the product manager at Storify and Livefyre, developing tools for newsrooms. She is passionate about all things things journalism, having been a journalist and editor herself. She has an M.J. in digital media from UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.



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Morris Levy

Morris Levy is co-founder and CEO of The Yard. Prior to cofounding The Yard, Morris managed a firm with more than 60 commercial properties, brokerage and several ground-up developments. Morris cut his teeth in the fashion industry, where he worked for 15 years before shifting into real estate. He is a native of Brooklyn, NY where he still lives today with his family and enjoys playing in his band, Men in My Head, in his spare time.



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Tim Allen

Tim works at an IT Director at Wharton Research Data Services, which he joined in 2008, after working for local companies and starting a few of his own. Having started programming at age six, he is currently an organizer of the Philadelphia Python Users Group, DjangoCon US, and a member of the Python Software Foundation and Django Software Foundation. Tim is an avid hockey fan, was the first person to sell real world items for virtual microcurrency long before Bitcoin, and enjoys beating his head against brick walls (as demonstrated by his passion for coding, cycling in Philadelphia, and never-ending quest to get his cats to behave). A life-long Philadelphia resident, he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1996 with an individualized major, "Computer Aided Information Acquisition".



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Danielle Cohn

Danielle Cohn is Senior Director of Entrepreneurial Engagement at Comcast. Danielle is a passionate connector curating and celebrating Comcast's many great programs in Philadelphia and across the nation that interact with, spark and support startups and entrepreneurship.



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Dan Barcus

Dan Barcus is Vice President, eCommerce for Comcast NBC Universal, working in the Cable division.  Dan has been with Comcast six years and is currently leading merchandising & sales for xfinity.com and business.comcast.com.  Prior to this role, Dan held a variety of roles in Acquisition marketing strategy, testing & segmentation, direct marketing strategy (Comcast #12 sender of mail in US), and ran the marketing plan for Xfinity Home - the fastest growing home security business in the US.

Before joining Comcast, Dan held a variety of roles in the banking and credit card industry - leading efforts to acquire new customers and increase share of wallet through existing customer upsell.  Dan began his career with General Electric and is a graduate of a two-year GE leadership program — Information Management Leadership Program (IMLP).

Dan is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and earned an MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University.  He also serves on the board of Inheritance of Hope – an outstanding 501c3 charity serving young families where a parent has a terminal diagnosis. Dan lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia with his wife and four children. 



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Sponsors

Philly Tech Week wouldn’t be possible without our amazing sponsors. Opportunities are still available. Check out our Sponsorship Prospectus and email business@technical.ly for more info.

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Power Home RemodelingSnowflake
Business Track
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Saul EwingThe Yard
Media Track
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Harmelin Media
Creative Track
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MICA
Civic Track
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Schuylkill Yards

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