General Assembly (GA), the global network of campuses for technology, business and design has partnered with Venturef0rth (yes, that’s Venturef0rth with a “zero,” not Ventureforth with an “o”), Philadelphia’s premier startup space to offer timely, relevant and compelling educational programs to support the region’s growing early-stage tech community.
Philadelphia has a robust tech startup scene with an appetite for content that aids early-stage companies in the successful execution of their businesses. General Assembly is excited to bring its classes, workshops, and courses to this growing community. These application-based, goal-oriented educational programs, taught by top practitioners will help individuals meet like-minded peers and get acquainted with new topics in technology, design, and business.
Venturef0rth has been at the forefront of offering a physical space and shared services that support this growing community. The organizations share a common vision and have joined forces to further accelerate the evolution of this community and supercharge the region’s economic engine.
Venturef0rth has expanded into an additional 3,000 square feet of its North 8th Street facility which will serve, in part, as an educational campus including classrooms and larger conference areas. General Assembly has also hired a full time Producer who will work out of Venturef0rth to develop, coordinate and otherwise manage GA events.
Need more? General Assembly: Jen Wulf, Program Producer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 812.249.2164
Venturef0rth: Jesse Kramer, Co-Founder, email@example.com, 215 498 4504