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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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These 30+ Philly financial groups are bringing $10M in loans to Black and brown business owners

Jan. 12, 2022 7:01 pm

These 30+ Philly financial groups are bringing $10M in loans to Black and brown business owners

Through the new PHL GRIT Fund, all 11 Philadelphia CDFIs will receive grants toward the mission to better serve small business owners, especially those who face systemic barriers to accessing capital.
A group of Philly technologists are working on a free, community-based mesh Wi-Fi network

Jan. 12, 2022 12:52 pm

A group of Philly technologists are working on a free, community-based mesh Wi-Fi network

Philly Community Wireless was started in 2020 to combat the digital divide in North Philadelphia. The org has since launched free internet for thousands in Kensington's Norris Square Park area.
Money Moves: Century Therapeutics made a $150M deal with Bristol Myers Squibb

Jan. 11, 2022 5:39 pm

Money Moves: Century Therapeutics made a $150M deal with Bristol Myers Squibb

The publicly traded, University City-based company will develop up to four cell therapies. Plus, check out new investments for the Center for Breakthrough Medicines, CareAlign and software company Staircase.
The Marketing Help is launching a free student mentorship program and scholarship

Jan. 11, 2022 1:40 pm

The Marketing Help is launching a free student mentorship program and scholarship

In a pandemic-tinged business world, the new professional challenge for marketers is "finding online communities where you can connect." This Philly-founded company helps young and mid-level pros navigate their careers.
Free bootcamp LaunchCode is bringing 2 new web dev courses to Philly this year

Jan. 10, 2022 3:07 pm

Free bootcamp LaunchCode is bringing 2 new web dev courses to Philly this year

After the local chapter's successful inaugural cohorts last year, the bootcamp is rolling out a full- and part-time option in 2022.
Former CEO of visual search company Slyce just launched collectables valuation app CollX

Jan. 10, 2022 12:26 pm

Former CEO of visual search company Slyce just launched collectables valuation app CollX

Inspired by his kids' love of sports card trading, Ted Mann and his cofounder Kostas Nasis have built an app with 10 million sports cards in its database.
Philly Startup Leaders is rolling out industry-specific accelerators. First up: cannabis and ‘ethical entrepreneurship’

Jan. 6, 2022 1:07 pm

Philly Startup Leaders is rolling out industry-specific accelerators. First up: cannabis and ‘ethical entrepreneurship’

For the cannabis program, especially, the goal is lower the barrier of entry for those traditionally left out of the lucrative and fast-growing industry. Apps are due by Jan. 28.
Respiratory device company Strados Labs raised $4.5M, with 2022 hiring plans

Jan. 5, 2022 7:27 pm

Respiratory device company Strados Labs raised $4.5M, with 2022 hiring plans

After this pre-Series A, the Center City company will be focused on moving product commercialization forward in the pharma and clinical trials market.
Events Roundup: 8 ways to tackle your entrepreneurial resolutions this January

Jan. 5, 2022 7:33 am

Events Roundup: 8 ways to tackle your entrepreneurial resolutions this January

Need a one-on-one mentor session, lessons on growing a mentor relationship, or ways to connect with other founders on the East Coast? We've got you covered this month.
Elizabeth Holmes is guilty. What does the Theranos trial verdict mean for founders and investors alike?

Jan. 4, 2022 7:37 pm

Elizabeth Holmes is guilty. What does the Theranos trial verdict mean for founders and investors alike?

The wunderkind founder's rise and fall could affect the ability to raise venture capital for other founders, especially women. Here's how tech pros feel about the case.

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