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If you know the basics of social media but don’t yet have a campaign strategy, this session is for you! You’ll hear tips and tricks for growing audience, building your online presence and strengthening your brand.
Join fellow Owl, Brian Hart as he shares his expertise.
Brian Hart is an online columnist for Inc. Magazine and founder of Flackable, a national, full-service public relations and digital marketing agency headquartered in Philadelphia. The agency, which he bootstrapped in 2014 at the age of 27, now represents a national client base of financial and professional services firms. His professional recognition includes Irish America Magazine’s 2017 Business 100, PR News’ 2017 Rising PR Stars 30 & Under, Lehigh Valley Business’s 2016 Forty Under 40 and Adweek’s 2015 PR Industry 30 Under 30.
WITS inspires, educates and connects women in the technology industry. Whether you work on the technical or business side of technology or somewhere in between, WITS has something for you. Join us for a unique combination of hands-on workshops; talks on trends in technology; information and discussions about careers in tech and how to pursue them; and connection and networking opportunities with other women in various aspects and careers in technology.
All profits generated from each event support the non-profit, TechGirlz.org, and its ongoing mission to inspire middle school girls to explore the possibilities of technology to empower their future careers.
Join the Fox School of Business on Thursday, April 19th, 2018 for the 12th Annual Frederic Fox Lecture
David Schoch, MBA ’78
Former Group Vice President and President, Asia Pacific, Ford Motor Company
Former Chairman and CEO, Ford China
David Schoch, MBA ’78, led the Asia Pacific and China Operations of Ford Motor Company from 2012 to 2017 as group vice president, president, chairman, and CEO. During his tenure, Ford saw significant global growth in innovation, manufacturing, and sales. Join the Fox School community in a conversation about self-driving cars, disruptive global forces, and China’s leadership role in the world’s economy.
Frederic Fox Lecture Series
The annual Frederic Fox Lecture Series showcases an emerging and thought provoking topic relevant to business education. Named in memoriam of Robert and Richard Fox’s late father, Frederic Fox, the event offers a premier avenue for innovative, community-driven research while also providing the Fox School of Business an opportunity to engage with local, national, and international business and civic leaders.
Learn more about Fox Research.
Thursday, April 19
5:00pm to 7:30pm
The Union League
140 S Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Reception to begin at 5pm
Program to begin at 6:30pm
Please note: The Union League requests that guests follow the dress code. Please click here for more information.
Will discuss how you can quickly launch a professional looking website for under $150. Discussion will consist of best practices and a few inexpensive template options like Wix, Squarespace and WordPress.
In this highly interactive workshop, you will have an opportunity to learn about and experience today’s leading Virtual Reality (Oculus Riff and HTC Vive), Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality (Microsoft HoloLens) technologies. We’ll discuss the pros and cons of each, as well as potential use-cases that can achieve real business results.
Using a real-life case study, we will break down the process of designing for virtual reality, from analysis through implementation. We’ll cover:
- How to identify if VR is the right learning solution
- Instructional design strategies for virtual environments
- Storyboarding for VR
- UI/UX design and how to create an inspiring experience
In this one-day marathon of creative problem solving, participants will join Occupational Therapists, Adaptive Tech Professionals, and technical experts to help solve real-world problems encountered by disabled residents of Inglis House.
No experience is necessary; you need only bring your creativity and can-do attitude. If you have experience with coding, fabrication, or accessibility design, that’s a huge bonus, and we need your help!
Come prepared for a full day of challenging fun and prototyping! NextFab is a workshop, so appropriate attire is required – long pants and closed-toe shoes. We will provide basic instruction on use safe use of the tools, and hands-on technical help from engineers, expert fabricators, and adaptive tech professionals. This event is open to the public, aged 18+.
The PhillyForce Conference is our premier event of the year, showcasing the power and potential of the Salesforce platform and community. Join us for a day full of fascinating presentations and speakers, free breakfast and lunch and a networking Happy Hour, all at World Cafe Live. Exclusive conference bags, Salesforce swag, networking, and more are also included! There is no cost to attend this great event!
❖ Sarah Franklin, EVP Developer Relations & GM Trailhead
❖ Andrew Fawcett, VP Product Management, Platform, Salesforce
❖ Michael Smith, Senior Member of Technical Staff, Salesforce.org
❖ Svatka Simpson, Director of Architecture, Appirio
❖ David Reed, Senior Salesforce Developer, Radian Guaranty Inc.
Financial Technology (Fintech) is a steadily growing industry in Philadelphia, and it is having a major impact on the city. But what exactly defines Fintech? Why is it growing here?
This year, for the first time during Tech Week, four industry leaders will share their perspectives about the budding Fintech industry, how it is disrupting markets, and offering guidance for others. Panelists include: Adam Holt, Founder & CEO, Asset-Map; Amanda Levinson, co-founder and COO, NeedsList; Michael Carter, CEO, BizEquity; Emeka Oguh, CEO, PeopleJoy Inc.
JOIN US FOR A #CREATIVEJAM
Please join us for a Creative Jam, an inspiring two-part design experience that demonstrates and celebrates creativity.
The Adobe Creative Cloud team will host the Creative Jam presentations. This one-hour design showcase highlights the work of 3 local creative leaders.
At the same time, in the next room, student design teams will be competing in the Creative Jam tournament, a 3-hour design charrette showdown. This event will have two categories: UX/UI Design and Social Campaign. Once the Creative Jam presentations wrap, tournament participants will take the stage to share their creations with you. As part of the audience, you’ll vote on each submission and select the People’s Choice winner. There will also be Grand Prize winners decided by a group of Judges!
Event will be held in Mitten Hall on Temple University campus.
Doors open. Settle in, and meet your fellow creative community. Free soda and food available.
The tournament will be in full swing—pop your head in and see how it’s developing.
Creative Jam Talks begin. Sit back as local creative leaders walk you through their personal creative process.
Creative Jam tournament competitors share their solutions, inspired by a theme announced just 3-hours before. Audience and Judges vote. Awards follow.
Everyone socializes and gets to meet the teams.