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Group Description

The Philadelphia area Technology Professionals Networking Group (TPNG) is an on-going business resource, where IT professionals support one another by sharing business contacts, technology resources and career information. TPNG members thrive through generosity and camaraderie.

The Philadelphia Business Journal has recognized TPNG as the #6 Business Networking Association for 2015.

TPNG has two online groups that are used for member communication and are available only to TPNG members:

• The TPNG LinkedIn group is used primarily to publicize upcoming events and for discussion type postings.

• The PHILLYLEADS Yahoo group is used primarily to communicate job leads.

Membership is free and the requirements are that you have IT experience and a desire to proactively network with other IT professionals by providing job leads, networking assistance and participating in meetings. We have recently transitioned to a new process for accepting new members. Please go to the TPNG LinkedIn group (see the Group Website url below) and click the JOIN button.

We will review your LinkedIn profile and when your request is accepted, you will receive our TPNG welcome letter with a link to our FAQ document containing information on our meetings and both online groups. You can then request a subscription to this PHILLYLEADS group (or if you have already submitted a request, we will process it).

We have a networking meeting every month and we send a save the date notice approximately 3-4 weeks prior to each event.

We look forward to you joining TPNG.

Group Information

  • 1935
  • Job Listings
  • Feb 11, 2003
  • English

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages require approval.
  • All members can post messages.

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