Local entrepreneurs now have their own directory of funding sources, office spaces, service providers and more, thanks to a city-backed project from the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce.
Funded by Comcast Business Class and an $18,400 grant from the city’s StartupPHL program, the Entrepreneur’s Resource Directory lets you search support services by location, type of funding (early stage, seed, etc.), type of service provider and more.
It’s not clear how up to date the information is, as Indy Hall cofounder Alex Hillman pointed out that Indy Hall’s entry is four years out of date. Organizations can edit their own listings but must first be verified by the Chamber.
Read more about another StartupPHL grant winner, Campus Philly, and their internship program that wrapped up late this summer.
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