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Rayce Rollins

Rayce Rollins

Rayce Rollins is a writer, contributor to Technical.ly Philly and author of Good Businesses Grow Small. He is also an adjunct professor at Temple University.

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Scott Bohrer has some advice for building a founding team business

Jun. 29, 2015 9:20 am

Scott Bohrer has some advice for building a founding team

The cofounder and CEO of Thrive Commerce is taking what he learned in the VC world and applying it to his own startup.
Temple’s Be Your Own Boss Bowl is not a great launchpad business

Apr. 23, 2015 8:39 am

Temple’s Be Your Own Boss Bowl is not a great launchpad

We take a look at 15 years of BYOBB winners — and find the one thing that helps fuel post-competition success.
Philadelphia’s role in ‘Entrepreneurship Education 3.0’ access

Sep. 3, 2014 1:30 pm

Philadelphia’s role in ‘Entrepreneurship Education 3.0’

How two efforts — the Corzo Center for the Creative Economy at the University of the Arts and Blackstone Launchpad — are pushing entrepreneurship education forward.
‘Found and Fund’ event educating female entrepreneurs on investment business

May 14, 2014 10:30 am

‘Found and Fund’ event educating female entrepreneurs on investment

There's a new local event series called Found & Fund: Female Founders Talk Funding. It's part of an ever growing network of women in tech events in Philadelphia and nationally.
Temple University’s entrepreneurship presence is due for ‘breakthrough year’ access

May 8, 2014 10:30 am

Temple University’s entrepreneurship presence is due for ‘breakthrough year’

As the region's largest public research university with such a large footprint on so much of Philadelphia, the wider local tech ecosystem is still surprisingly new territory for Temple University. Here's how the Owls are hoping to break through in their impact.
The democratization of fundraising through crowdfunding business

May 1, 2014 8:30 am

The democratization of fundraising through crowdfunding

Crowdfunding lets the general public decide which ideas are initially worth funding, and it gives entrepreneurs who don’t have access their own capital or a network for a friends and family round a seat at the table. It is also helping Philadelphia take part in a national conversation.
What the ‘Twitter Tax Break’ battle should mean in Philadelphia business

Apr. 18, 2014 12:30 pm

What the ‘Twitter Tax Break’ battle should mean in Philadelphia

In the last three years, the city of San Francisco has struggled to balance the success of the profitable tech businesses that call it home, the talent who have come to live there and its existing residents who feel pushed out. Philadelphia can learn from the experience.

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