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7 Startups Are Ready for PSL Accelerator

An Uber for salons, collapsable bike helmets for women and a service that connects home chefs with hungry eaters are just some of the innovations […]


Bob Moul Named CEO of Cloudamize

It’s been a roller-coaster year for Bob Moul. This summer, he was forced to sell Artisan Mobile, his Old City-based startup that helped apps engage and monetize users […]


Curalate Raises Mind-Blowing $27.5 Million

Curalate has a bold mission: Reshape the $1.6 trillion e-commerce market by capitalizing on the increased use of photos online. The Philly-based tech company just closed […]


WeWork in Northern Liberties Won’t Open on Time

The much-anticipated WeWork co-working space in Northern Liberties won’t open on time. WeWork signed a lease for 30,000 square feet at the Piazza at Schmidt’s, […]


Future of Manufacturing in Philly Isn’t Smoky Factories

The word “manufacturing” probably conjures up images of smoke-filled factories and Depression Era employees working for peanuts. But the reality is much brighter — and tech […]


Penn Students Can Ferment Beer 9 Times Faster

A group of Penn students have a plan to streamline the beer-making process — and it just earned them $10,000. Siddharth Shah, Shashwata Narain and Alexander […]


Shark Tank to Feature Philly-Made SmartPlate

Every startup company is looking for one thing: traction. Maybe they get some momentum after a speaking engagement, news article or crowdfunding campaign, but there’s […]


Philly Startup Founder Rings Nasdaq Bell

Christopher Gray can knock “ring the Nasdaq bell” off his bucket list. He’s the founder of Scholly, a smartphone app that helps students easily find scholarship funds — […]


ROAR for Good Crowdfunded $267,000 in 30 Days … and You Can Too

A few months ago, Yasmine Mustafa and Anthony Gold launched one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns that the Philadelphia tech community has ever seen. […]


Why Jefferson is in Merger Mania

Dr. Stephen Klasko knows that in today’s ever-changing health care landscape, bigger is better. Bigger means easier negotiations with insurance companies. Bigger means more capital to invest […]


Philly’s Tech Sector is Surging

With successful companies like Seer Interactive, Monetate, RJMetrics and, of course, Comcast, Philadelphia has a strong and growing technology sector. But just what does that growth look like? […]


Meet the Philly Ad Agency Promoting “Joy,” the Brand Behind the Movie

Rarely does a brand have such a prime opportunity to go from niche retailer to household name. But such is the case for Joy — the brand […]


Philly’s Biggest Venture Capital Deals of 2015

Whether they’re startups or well-established in their fields, companies of many shapes, sizes and categories were on the hunt for venture capital funding in 2015 — […]


The Hive, a Co-Working Space for Women, is Closing

The Hive, which billed itself as a “chic co-working space for the self-made female entrepreneur to learn, network and thrive,” will soon close its doors. […]

City Life

Philly Has More Knight Cities Challenge Finalists Than Anyone Else

The Knight Foundation has chosen 158 finalists from more than 4,500 applications for Knight Cities Challenge grants, and 20 of those 158 are from Philadelphia, […]