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Andrew Eiser

Andrew Eiser is a journalist who served as a spring 2013 intern for Technically Philly. The Temple University graduate grew up outside of West Chester, Pa. He is a music, sports and technology junkie who enjoys craft beer and long-boarding in his spare time. He aspires to play a critical role in news coverage and perhaps, one day, save print journalism.

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Student entrepreneurship: economy, costs and culture drive young startups business

May 14, 2013 12:00 pm

Student entrepreneurship: economy, costs and culture drive young startups

In response to a lackluster economy, more students are turning toward entrepreneurial endeavors, creating their own businesses and, in turn, careers they can continue after graduation.
Neighborhood news makes a difference: state of Philly hyperlocal news civic

May 6, 2013 10:30 am

Neighborhood news makes a difference: state of Philly hyperlocal news

Four years after Technically Philly first looked at the state of hyperlocal news in Philadelphia, the efforts have only widened.
Delaware Valley Green Building Council to host 30k-person Green Build 2013 conference civic

Apr. 11, 2013 10:00 am

Delaware Valley Green Building Council to host 30k-person Green Build 2013 conference

The Delaware Valley Green Building Council, a chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, has served Philadelphia in promoting sustainable communities since 2001. This fall, the council will host the 30,000-person international Green Build 2013 conference and put the region's sustainability efforts on display.
Startup Success Stories: 4 pieces of advice from Tech in Motion business

Mar. 26, 2013 10:30 am

Startup Success Stories: 4 pieces of advice from Tech in Motion

The Startup Success event series coming from Tech in Motion Philadelphia, a year-old Meetup group from IT recruiting firms Workbridge and Jobspring, featured real takeaways from young local firms that have had success.
5 technologies that helped Obama raise $1 billion for his re-election and the Germantown native who helped civic

Mar. 7, 2013 10:00 am

5 technologies that helped Obama raise $1 billion for his re-election and the Germantown native who helped

Mike Conlow, a native of Germantown, was a deputy chief technology officer for the Obama re-election campaign and helped lead a 200-person data-crunching IT team credited with helping secure the win. He talked strategy and tools at Venturef0rth last week.
Lehigh U entrepreneurship master’s part of Bethlehem-area innovation access

Mar. 5, 2013 10:00 am

Lehigh U entrepreneurship master’s part of Bethlehem-area innovation

Though Lehigh has had roots in innovation before, Lehigh University's technical entrepreneurship program is far more inter-disciplinary, recognizing trends nationwide, and it's part of a Bethlehem, Pa.-area innovation hub that is growing.
Startup Weekend Health Philly 2 features secure mobile app for emergency health info [VIDEO] business

Feb. 19, 2013 10:30 am

Startup Weekend Health Philly 2 features secure mobile app for emergency health info [VIDEO]

A secure mobile app, called In Case of Emergency or mICE, took top billing at Philadelphia’s second Startup Weekend Health. Doctors, developers, businessmen and spectators came together at the Callowhill incubator VentureF0rth for the 54-hour frenzy that featured one common goal: launch products and business that will improve health care. “People wall themselves into their […]

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