Philly: “A place where entrepreneurs want to come, stay and thrive.”
Building strong relationships between women in technology and community resources is essential to creating successful workplaces.
By Maris Harmon Anyone can take a look at the petri dish of Silicon Valley and notice the alarming lack of women and non-white folk. The highly discussed gender and ethnicity gap in innovative tech spaces feels mammoth and […]
If there’s one trend that we hope doesn’t go out of style, it’s buying local produce. As the manufactured food industry showed its true sugar-y colors, consumers began to value fresh food and local farmers by buying locally. Grocery stores […]
Walking into EAT Café feels like patronizing a dear friend’s new business. It’s fresh and packed with hope, not too formal, but full of flair. From the moment you’re greeted and seated to the gratifying dessert, you can’t help but […]
Ever stumble across a plot of land in the city that looks like it should be a parking lot but hosts clusters of kale instead of cars? Bam. Urban food justice.