The Watch List is a department in which we identify potentially viral products, services and companies emanating from the Wharton community. In this case, we continue our list of 2014 Wharton Startups to Watch.
With Jenny Chou, WG’11, at the helm as CEO, the online designerbrand shopping platform already had 100,000+ users signed up before beta release in December.
Patrick Leahy, W’13; Justin Meltzer, W’12; and the College’s Dan Shipper proved the mettle of dorm-room entrepreneurs everywhere with their “cobrowsing” startup.
Another team backed by First Round Capital’s Dorm Room Fund, Brett Lewis and Raj Jeyakumar (both WG’13) are building a new marketplace for high-end professional freelancers.
Small legal firms and solo attorneys have trouble finding new clients, and vice versa. Enter Lawdingo and Nikhil Nirmel, W’08.
The smart pill bottle from AdhereTech and founder Josh Stein, WG’12, has shown promise enough to score financing, awards and testing from Walter Reed, Weill Cornell and more.
B2B startups may not have B2C glamour. That might help to explain why it’s taken us 3.5 years to find Recurly, a billingas- a-service firm co-founded by Dan Burkhart, W’91.
Co-founder John Smithwick, WG’01, calls RoundingWell the “antitelemedicine” approach to connecting patients with their clinician teams.
Jonathan Hefter, W’09, and IT services provider Neverware already have a bigger footprint among their target market—cash-strapped schools— than all competition combined.
Led by Eric Heil, WG’12, and Penn School of Nursing Professor Kathy Bowles, this Business Plan Competition-winning firm now has research to back up its technology.
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