Center City Behavioral Health Startup Lands $7.5M in Series A Round

December 16, 2019

Center City startup NeuroFlow raised a $7.5 million Series A round from a mix of local and West Coast, as the company aims to expand both its team and its behavioral health platform. The funding, led by San Francisco-based firm VC Builders, brings NeuroFlow’s total capital raised to date to $11 million. Also joining the […]

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This Philly HR Startup Wants to Make Your Workplace More Efficient

November 26, 2019

Employee Cycle’s analytics dashboard helps HR professionals easily track and analyze “people data” — information on diversity, recruitment and turnover. For many workers, the human resources (HR) department only comes to mind when they’re hired, fired, or involved in some workplace quandary. But HR departments are responsible for managing so much more behind the scenes […]

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Ben Franklin Tech Partners Just Pumped More Than $1M into These Local Companies

November 21, 2019

Navy Yard-based, state-backed investor group Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania announced last week that over the last few months, it had invested more than $1 million into area tech and science companies. The $1,050,000 was spread across six companies, Ben Franklin comms VP Jason Bannon told, and that the companies chosen for investments were “standouts in their […]

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These 4 Philly Companies were Named to Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 List

November 8, 2019

In its 25th year, professional services network Deloitte released its annual Technology Fast 500, this time including four Philly-area companies among the country’s fastest growing companies in the tech, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech industries. The list was created to recognize “the effort and dedication of the fastest-growing technology companies,” the company said, […]

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These $600 Smart Glasses for Helping People Focus Can Track Your Brain Waves and Will Darken the Lenses if They Sense You’re Not Concentrating

November 7, 2019

A Pennsylvania-based wellness technology company called Narbis announced a new pair of smart glasses this week that are meant to change the way kids focus. The glasses are designed to encourage the wearer to concentrate — Narbis envisions them being used in a situation like homework. According to the company, the glasses provide nuerofeedback, penalizing or rewarding […]

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