The B.PHL Innovation Festival took place on September 9th and 10th at Location 215, an event space Spring Arts District of Philadelphia. The event, which served as a gathering place for local and global creatives, entrepreneurs, leaders, students, and industry changemakers, featured some incredible Penn startups.
On Day One, for example, Wharton graduate and I-Corps participant Deboleena (Deb) Dutta presented on her healthcare startup, Viora Health, during the Tech Talks: Access For All session hosted by Technical.ly Philly. Viora Health is a personalized telehealth solution that aims to help underserved populations better manage their health at home.
During the second day of BPHL, Stefanie Modri of Penn Nursing spoke during Technical.ly Philly’s Tech Talks: Robotics & Technology Session about PCI Ventures Startup VasoWatch LLC, a device that helps to make childbirth safer by identifying a woman’s risk for postpartum hemorrhage.
To learn more about the B.PHL Innovation Festival and the innovators and changemakers who attended, read here.