Like many Pennsylvania regions, the Greater Susquehanna Valley is working hard to attract and retain companies and talent. Thanks to a robust young professionals organization, a dedicated economic development community, stellar higher ed institutions, cool towns and fun breweries, they're on their way. Join us on May 17 in Mifflinburg for Gather Up: Susquehanna Valley, a networking event and celebration of the region.
Designer and developer Anne Lopez creates companies that forge bonds, whether it's between couples looking to spice things up, singles seeking connection, or consumers looking for online reviews they can trust.
After 10 years at the University City Science Center, Steve Tang is leaving to tackle a new opportunity. A child of immigrants, cancer survivor and trained engineer, he offers a unique perspective on Philadelphia's growth and why it's important to make sure less affluent parts of the city aren't left behind.
It's been 40 years since the first home tests hit the market, which means innovation is long overdue. This PA startup has developed a flushable, biodegradable, compostable product that offers the gift of ease and discretion to women everywhere.
Nearly one million tons of avocado pits ends up in landfills every year. Persea, a State College startup, is killing two birds with one stone, diverting the pits and converting them into a healthy alternative to artificial colors.
A global network for the startup community has a new home in Philadelphia. Housed in the under-construction 3675 Market Street, Venture Café at Quorum will offer a slate of programming and a raft of connections for local innovators.
While many of the Commonwealth’s large tableware manufacturers have moved production overseas, a vibrant community of craftspeople remain committed to creating functional one-of-a-kind plates, bowls, mugs, vases and more, inspired by everything from Japanese design to traditional German redware. This holiday season, set your table with a piece of Pennsylvania.