Seed Philly accelerator in Center City to welcome first startup, OneTwoSee, from Green Village - Technical.ly Philly

Feb. 15, 2012 11:00 am

Seed Philly accelerator in Center City to welcome first startup, OneTwoSee, from Green Village

The furniture, TVs, whiteboards and beer are now in Seed Philly, so the warm bodies are beginning to follow. The self-styled mission-driven startup accelerator in Center City will officially welcome its first partner company on March 1, says Seed Philly founder Brad Denenberg. That first company, OneTwoSee, which creates TV companion programming for mobile devices, […]

Seed Philly founder Brad Denenberg, at right, with the Center City accelerator's project manager Bill Mellinger.

The furniture, TVs, whiteboards and beer are now in Seed Philly, so the warm bodies are beginning to follow.

The self-styled mission-driven startup accelerator in Center City will officially welcome its first partner company on March 1, says Seed Philly founder Brad Denenberg.

That first company, OneTwoSee, which creates TV companion programming for mobile devices, doesn’t have a long commute. Previously, OneTwoSee, which has already transitioned, was being housed at Green Village, the incubator for sustainably-focused startups that is nearly adjacent office space on the 19th floor of 1650 Arch Street.

“Green Village was a great fit for us as we were getting into the starting blocks,” said OneTwoSee CEO Chris Reynolds. “As our business continues to grow on a daily basis the infrastructure and platform that Seed Philly can provide is a better fit for the business.”

With 11 offices, a few of which are already secured, and a bullpen of programming space, Seed Philly expects to house flexibly 50 people, Denenberg said. The incubator is also rolling out its event programming, hosting last week another in its series of paid Microsoft development workshops.

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Christopher Wink

Christopher Wink is a cofounder and Editorial Director of Technical.ly, the local technology news network. In that capacity, he is a co-organizer of Philly Tech Week, Baltimore Innovation Week, Delaware Innovation Week and other events that bring smart people together. Previously, Wink worked for a homeless advocacy nonprofit and was a freelance reporter for a variety of publications. He writes regularly about news innovation and best business practices on his personal blog here and curates a personal monthly newsletter of ideas and links here. The bicycle commuter loves cities, urban politics and squabbling about neighborhood boundaries.

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