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Our coverage of Startup Weekend Health, which took place last week, is here. As MedCityNews reports, Independence Blue Cross announced an innovation challenge for the healthcare industry at the event which could land 3 startups with $50,000 grants along with entrepreneurial services from local providers. Deadline is July 10.
Former Viddler CEO Rob Sandie, now working on a new online video management venture called vid.io, won a $25,000 investment and incubation at i/o Ventures in San Francisco, TechCrunch reports.
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Monetate offered content strategists a glimpse at its content marketing strategy last night at an event hosted in part by Technically Media. The company says that video and infographics have been a huge part of its viral web marketing campaign.
ReadWriteWeb’s Philadelphia-based reporter John Paul Titlow writes about coupon app SnipSnap.
Do you need an office to run a startup company in Philadelphia? The Inky’s Diane Mastrull explores the question with local entrepreneurs.
Stroll, an e-commerce solution based in Philadelphia recognized as one of Inc. Magazine’s 5,000 fastest growing companies, has launched Hypergrowth, a blog focused on business growth.