February 2022 Issue of LVStartup Has Been Released
By Colin McEvoy on February 4, 2022
The February 2022 issue of LVstartup, a monthly e-newsletter about entrepreneurs and startups in the Lehigh Valley, has been released.
This month’s edition highlights stories about a Lehigh Valley company’s involvement in Space X Falcon 9 satellites, a LaunchBox Ladies event about securing capital, a Bethlehem company responding to the demand for reliable bandwidth, and the Entrepreneur in Residence at Lafayette College.
Other stories include Northampton Community College developing a Pathways to Manufacturing program, BFTP/NEP investing $400,000 in tech startups, Lehigh University’s Baker Institute concluding its LehighSiliconValley program, and Lehigh Valley startups and incubators appearing on PBS39/WLVT‘s Lehigh Valley Rising.
The issue also spotlights upcoming events, including open house events for Lehigh University’s Technical Entrepreneurship program, LVTech’s monthly meetup, and the Ben Franklin iXchange!, for which registration will be open by early March on the BFTP/NEP website.
Additionally, LVstartup features a Lehigh Valley startup each month. This issue, the company is FLX Solutions, a Bethlehem-based startup that creates modular snake robots. It is based at the Ben Franklin TechVentures incubator in Bethlehem.
To see issues from the past six months, click on the links below:
- January 6, 2022 — Cybersecurity, Available Office Space & More!
- December 2, 2021 — Robotics, Internships, Venture Idol & More!
- November 4, 2021 — HiJinx Brewing, Organtic, Made Possible in Lehigh Valley & More!
- October 7, 2021 — DoctaJayyy, UBMeFood, Lehigh Valley Plastics & More!
- September 2, 2021 — Hampton Winds, Hot ZIP Codes & More!
- August 5, 2021 — Olympics, Joe Biden, “All Inspiring” Allentown & More!
LVEDC’s Entrepreneurship Council of the Lehigh Valley aims to improve the entrepreneurial environment of the region by listening to its entrepreneurs, identifying their unmet needs, communicating regional entrepreneurship initiatives between council members, and connecting local resources to continue the development of new entrepreneurial support initiatives.
LVstartup receives input from various organizations that serves the local entrepreneurial community, including LVEDC, the Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation at Lehigh University, Lehigh Valley Tech, the Allentown Economic Development Corporation (AEDC), the Bethlehem Department of Community and Economic Development, Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Penn State Lehigh Valley, and others.
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