“How do we ensure the success of small businesses as a part of a world driven by big business?” asked Mayor Peduto at the event.
Thread International moves to Homewood, employs locals and launches its own line of recycled backpacks
Thread's new bags, their first item produced without partnering with a major retailer, will be assembled at their new workshop in Homewood.
Turns out that MSA's self-contained breathing gear allowed the Wild Boars soccer team to safely navigate the flooded caves and reach safety.
The updated RUSafe app, created in Pittsburgh, brings high-tech help to victims of domestic violence
To help victims document and escape their situations, RUSafe 2.0 offers secure recording of incidents, plus resources for family and friends.
"This is me living my dream," says Baker-in-Residence Jewel Edwards, who will gain business training along with baking experience at TBSP.
Two new CMU buildings will offer space for large-scale making, collaborative research and corporate partnerships.
With a mix of rideshares and Uber-type private rides, Axle is looking to tackle the problem of getting out to PIT more easily.
"Overall our model suggests that living in Pittsburgh yields an estimated $175 per square foot in surplus value."
Fishing tech company ANGLR Network looks to expand and offers their latest tech for recording key data while on the water.
Auratek, 4moms and New Century Careers have all been making Pittsburgh tech news this week.