Philly Venture Hub Launches to Support Social Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprises in Philadelphia

Philly Venture Hub

Holy Family University has announced the launch of Philly Venture Hub, a website for the Philadelphia business community to help ventures and social enterprises find the resources to start and grow their businesses.

The site features resources including partnership and investor opportunities, university programs, mentoring organizations, events, networking groups, incubators, and more. The website is now available at

The Philly Venture Hub is part of ongoing research into entrepreneurship by Donald Goeltz, DPS, professor at Holy Family’s School of Business & Professional Studies. Goeltz’s research emphasis is on social entrepreneurship and social enterprises in the Philadelphia area.

“The primary purpose of Philly Venture Hub is to help build the business ecosystem that supports social enterprises, in keeping with the mission of Holy Family University,” said Dr. Goeltz. “In doing so, we will also be connecting the support elements for the broader technology and venture community in the Philadelphia area.”

The Philly Venture Hub has been funded by an initial grant from Holy Family’s Ray and Mildred Taylor Awards, an endowment created by Carol Taylor H'22, RN, Ph.D., a former Holy Family faculty member, to provide funding for faculty research.

For more information about Holy Family's School of Business & Professional Studies programs, please visit the webpage.