Paige Gross

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Paige Gross joined the Technically Media team as Philly’s lead reporter after spending two years as a breaking news and crime reporter. She’s a graduate of Temple University where she studied journalism and history, and edited the student-run newspaper, The Temple News. Paige loves anything having to do with true crime, cooking or cheesy television shows. She’s currently trying to stop drinking so much coffee, and kind of failing.

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Gopuff launched a wellness brand, Goodnow, and marked a big delivery milestone

Oct. 4, 2022 5:43 pm

Gopuff launched a wellness brand, Goodnow, and marked a big delivery milestone

The private-label products are dropping just weeks after the Philly company celebrated the opening of a new fulfillment center in Callowhill, as well as its 10 millionth local delivery.
Is the low-code movement growing? Some tech companies are going all in

Oct. 4, 2022 4:46 pm

Is the low-code movement growing? Some tech companies are going all in

And why this form of development might actually expand opportunity in the industry, not shrink it, according to these Philly technologists.
Turnover troubles: How to save institutional knowledge when your employee leaves

Oct. 3, 2022 4:23 pm

Turnover troubles: How to save institutional knowledge when your employee leaves

"By the time you're ready to throw in the towel, it's too late," people ops pro Rachel Teague said. Instead, start with documentation from day one.
Why Philly ranks #2 among best cell and gene therapy hubs in the US

Sep. 29, 2022 5:15 pm

Why Philly ranks #2 among best cell and gene therapy hubs in the US

The locally commissioned study compared hubs on five categories: research infrastructure, human capital, innovation output, commercial activity and value proposition.
Into open data and social justice? This October hackathon at Drexel is for you

Sep. 28, 2022 4:29 pm

Into open data and social justice? This October hackathon at Drexel is for you

A handful of community-focused Philly legal organizations and coding groups will "hack" solutions for issues such as housing and the environment.
Meet Intention.ly, a women-founded fractional CMO service for fintech companies

Sep. 28, 2022 11:25 am

Meet Intention.ly, a women-founded fractional CMO service for fintech companies

In an economic downturn, it's a good bet that companies will want to outsource some strategies like digital marketing, cofounder Kelly Waltrich said.
HR tech startup Employee Cycle closes $2.5 million seed round

Sep. 27, 2022 8:00 am

HR tech startup Employee Cycle closes $2.5 million seed round

The startup is planning a partial launch of its Employee Data Platform in November, will a full launch in January 2023.
Why healthcare tech company NeuroFlow invested in a new Center City office

Sep. 26, 2022 4:05 pm

Why healthcare tech company NeuroFlow invested in a new Center City office

The 100-person company set up shop a few blocks from City Hall and hopes to host events in the startup ecosystem.
Chariot Solutions is producing a free, women-focused full-stack dev conference on Oct. 18

Sep. 22, 2022 2:18 pm

Chariot Solutions is producing a free, women-focused full-stack dev conference on Oct. 18

While Chariot's Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference is meant to be a "smorgasbord" of tech topics, this conference aims to be a "themed meal" on full-stack development.
With a pending $30M investment, Carisma Therapeutics merges with Boston-based Sesen Bio

Sep. 22, 2022 9:47 am

With a pending $30M investment, Carisma Therapeutics merges with Boston-based Sesen Bio

The combined company will operate under Carisma's name, and will work on advancing Carisma’s proprietary cell therapy platform.