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Tech in Motion hosts tens of thousands of technologists and entrepreneurs in 10 cities each year!
Our sponsors are what keep Tech in Motion Events going. Scroll down to see who is generously supporting our program this month.
Sponsoring Tech in Motion gives you an incredible opportunity to tap into an active and engaged tech-focused audience in each of our local regions, giving your company unprecedented brand exposure.
We currently host events in 2 different formats:
Tech Talks — A quarterly event that features influential speakers or panels discussing some of the hottest topics in Technology
Networking Mixers — A fun, pressure free way to mingle with fellow technologists at a local bar or lounge. Mixers usually follow a technology theme and often times feature demos from some of the hottest startups in your city!
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Tech in Motion exists through the generosity of our sponsors. Because of these companies, the majority of our Tech in Motion events have remained free to our members. Please take a minute to check out our local and national sponsors and support them like they've supported us!
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Since 2011, the people at Jobspring Partners and Workbridge Associates have worked together in building Tech in Motion into a fun and engaging event series that brings local technologists together to learn and meet.
Jobspring Partners and Workbridge Associates are IT recruitment agencies that specialize in technology hiring for both permanent and contract positions on a local level. To view their open positions, visit our Job Board.
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