The Venture Development Center currently houses ten businesses. The level of development of these startups varies from the conceptual stage all the way to realizing revenues. The following is a list of the current businesses of the VDC.
Moblie web and application development highly focused on user experience.
Web design, development, & consulting by Allison Wong. We provide high quality web services to businesses of all sizes and in all industries.
Catch a Ride
Providing weekly coach bus service from the University of Delaware to New Jersey and New York.
A full service photography and design firm located in Delaware. We provide visual, creative, and conceptual solutions to all business and personal needs.
Cosmetic Surgery Aftercare Services, LLC
Cosmetic Surgery Aftercare Services, LLC is a Pennsylvania licensed, nurse owned, home care agency serving clients in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. We specialize in the post-operative care of patients recovering from cosmetic/plastic surgery. Our Registered Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants provide in-home services aimed at promoting a worry-free recovery.
Handmade costume jewelry incorporating natural stones and mixed vintage pieces & a philanthropy line of hand-sewn fabric wrap bracelets to benefit reconstruction efforts in Haiti.
Hairline Hat Co
We work with leading head wear producers to make top quality products. Look for our head wear to be hitting local stores near you soon. In the meantime you can find it on our website.
Nfoshare connects college students' questions to their professors, TAs, tutors and classmates to have real time academic conversations. A social network that makes studying fun and exciting so no college student should ever feel like they are studying alone.
Simply Julia Totes
We produce high-end custom handbags and totes. Clients can choose any fabric or style to suit their specific tastes and the Simply Julia team will create a bag no one has ever seen before.
A specialty conductive polymer distributer, utilizing toll manufacturing to create a highly customizable polymer, ProDot Plus. Due to the highly specialized nature of the polymer, we will sell directly to manufacturers of organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays, solar panels, and device manufacturers utilizing Indium Tin Oxide (ITO).
Updated February 10, 2012