For 34 year old Danielle Regan, life has come with its challenges and mishaps, but always for the benefit of learning from life’s lessons. Hailing all the way from Kansas City, Missouri, this new Philly transplant is learning the ropes of organic cooking and… Read More
Christina Kutch headshot-port _ DocHub Hey Small Business world in Philadelphia, Check out the hottest new graphic designer from Philly Christina Kutch. Hailing from the suburbs of Scranton, PA, she can sure help you with your small business needs from logos to flyers and… Read More
As many of all you out there are already made of aware of, Rachel Jacobs passed away unfortunately in the Amtrak derailment crash Tuesday night due to off-speed riding. Our thoughts and prayers go out to this entrepreneur who gave her life in so… Read More
Batman to the rescue: When David Gavigan came to Philadelphia in 2009 in search of something to occupy his time, he didn’t realize what he had been bargaining for. After a stint volunteering for Americorps for a year upon graduating from college, he knew the best… Read More
On Tuesday, February 10th, 2015, Technically Philly held its second annual Tech Job Fair. The event was held from 1pm to 7pm at the Union Transfer in the Spring Garden section. Mike Matranga of Tonic Design lead things off with a talk on starting a career in… Read More
Title: Fashion Meets Small Business Owners for First Time in Philadelphia For South Philly local Dawane Cromwell, coming up with the next trend in fashion came very naturally for him. “I like to be an innovator and see what is popular now, and capitalize on… Read More
Ever since Abe Massry’s mom took him to his first arcade when he was four years old in South Carolina, he knew he wanted to work in the tech field. “I was playing Road-Blaster and my mother had to reach the pedals for me while… Read More
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