Philly start-ups pivot and scramble, trying to survive and thrive amid pandemic

A look at the different ways businesses are changing to adapt to COVID. The article features Pennovation tenant Tozuda:

“Many other entrepreneurs had to come up with new ideas. Jessie Garcia, founder of Tozuda (, a head impact sensor for concussions, survived a succession of hard knocks. Some studies involving team sports that Garcia was working on have been curtailed or shut down entirely at high schools and colleges. Garcia was forced to adapt: She started chasing new industries such as construction.”

Read More in the Philadelphia Inquirer

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