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Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | April 20, 2017
Aste is a service determined to cut out the negativity surrounding the online dating scene. Founder and CEO, Julie Nashawaty, shares the inspiration behind the founding the company, which includes dating a bank robber and trying to make the online dating world more safe.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | April 17, 2017
SoundBridge in an audio recording and engineering platform, described by company CEO and founder Wake Anderson as “created by musicians, for musicians.” VentureFizz's profile on SoundBridge details the features of the company's software, including the ability to collaborate with other users seamlessly.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | April 13, 2017
As data science and machine learning have advanced in recent years, automated marketing solutions leveraging these technologies have flooded the market. ZyloTech sits on the bleeding edge of this trend. Zach Winn interviewed company founder and CEO, Abhi Yadav, and learned about the ZyloTech's complex technology.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | April 11, 2017
Kinto’s goal is to provide a variety of digital tools and online communities to help caregivers address a variety of needs that are not just medical-related. Our interview with Redstar Ventures' Jeet Singh, who is also Kinto's founder and CEO, details how Kinto is giving caregivers what they need.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | April 10, 2017
Datawatch is in the business of self-service data preparation and analytics with its Monarch portfolio of products. Our interview with CEO and president, Michael Morrison, gives readers an inside history of this 20-year-old company and its technological evolution.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | April 6, 2017
Adopets is offering a free platform for rescue shelters to easily manage the adoption process. Zach Winn interviewed company co-founder and CEO, Artur Sousa. Sousa shares his own pet adoption struggles and how it led to the creation of the company.
Company Profiles
By: Sarah Salbu | April 5, 2017
Teikametrics is a four-year-old, bootstrapped tech startup that is aiming to support what CRO, Andy Coughlin describes as, “the new American dream.” Sarah Salbu's profile on the company details what this "new American dream" is and how they work with Amazon resellers.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | April 3, 2017
Sometimes the pivot works, sometimes it doesn’t. In Privy’s case, the pivot has let to game-changing growth. VentureFizz connected with company founder and CEO, Ben Jabbawy, about Privy's successful turnaround.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | March 30, 2017
Reppr is an all-in-on management suite for companies to form brand ambassador teams and collaborate with ambassadors on marketing efforts. Zach Winn's interview with company co-founder, Manny Lubin, goes in-depth about how anyone can rep a brand through Reppr.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | March 23, 2017
PetSimpl is looking to help owners keep track of their furry friends. Zach Winn's interview with founder Dave Waymouth gives us a look behind the history of the company and how Waymouth's own dog served as an inspiration.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | March 20, 2017
Cuseum is a platform for museums, historical sights and non-profit institutions to engage their customers in a more personal way. Our interview with company founder and CEO, Brendan Ciecko, details the company's history and their newest feature: digital membership cards.
Company Profiles
By: Keith Cline | March 15, 2017
Wistia has grown from an idea in a living room to a company with over 80 employees and 350,000 customers.  I interviewed Chris Savage, Wistia's Co-Founder & CEO, to learn more about the history of the company, culture, and its brand.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | March 6, 2017
Wanderful is an online collective of women who aren’t just sharing their fun vacation stories. It is a chance for women abroad to connect with one another in a way that is comparable to social media. Founder Beth Santos tells her story with us and how she developed this idea into a business.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | March 3, 2017
Located right in the Seaport District, G2 offers state-of-the-art solutions such as Amazon Web Services Solutions, Managed DevOps, and Managed Cloud Strategy & Solutions, for both startups and major companies.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | March 2, 2017
MarketMuse helps companies improve their inbound marketing by using big data and artificial intelligence to understand the way search engines evaluate content. Our interview with Aki Balogh reveals the interesting history of the company.
Company Profiles
By: Sarah Salbu | March 1, 2017
Cogito was founded out of MIT and provides a unique software solution that gives call-center employees real-time, in-conversation analysis on the speaking patterns of the customer. The company recently raised $15M in funding led by OpenView Ventures.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | February 23, 2017
Readocity is a child-specific book recommendation startup that connects parents of young readers to literacy strategists / book lovers who know and understand books and kids. 
Company Profiles
By: Keith Cline | February 22, 2017
Seismic is one of many companies in the Boston startup scene that is seeing massive growth. We interviewed Ed Calnan, its co-founder and President to learn more.
Company Profiles
By: Keith Cline | February 16, 2017
Mylestone is a startup founded by Dave Balter which makes life’s precious memories easily accessible via virtual assistants, beginning with Amazon’s Alexa.
Company Profiles
By: Keith Cline | February 16, 2017
Bynder's Boston office is rapidly growing.  We interviewed Chris Lang, president of Bynder USA, to learn more about the company's products and expansion plans.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | February 13, 2017
Inmoji is something fresh and exciting for mobile messaging. It uses inmoji's from a phone’s messaging app and makes them clickable icons. These icons can give readers access to lots of information like movie trailers, commercials, etc. It is entirely up to the advertiser as to what they become.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | February 9, 2017
Founded in 2013, Squadle aims to make the back-of-house operations in restaurant, retail and hotel chains more efficient. Here's our interview with Le Zhang, the company's CEO and co-founder.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | February 2, 2017
Here's the background story on GoPapaya, a mobile app that takes advantage of dynamic pricing by partnering with restaurants willing to offer discounts to consumers if they show up within half an hour of booking a table.
Company Profiles
By: Matt Noonan | February 1, 2017
Sonian is celebrating its 10th anniversary.  I chatted with Tim McKinnon, Sonian's President & CEO, to look back at the evolution of the company and the road ahead.
Company Profiles
By: Matt Noonan | January 26, 2017
It was a banner year for Crimson Hexagon in 2016, having launched a new product line, secured $20M in new funding, doubled its workforce and moved into new offices in downtown Boston. Here's our Q&A with Benjamin Cockerell about the company's progress.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | January 19, 2017
Wicked Bandwidth is an internet service provider offering small and medium sized businesses fiber-based internet solutions. I interviewed the founders to learn more about their business.
Company Profiles
By: Matt Noonan | January 17, 2017
One Door is the new brand for the company formerly known as RBM Technologies.  I caught up with E.Y. Snowden (CEO) and Tom Erskine (CMO) to talk about the new brand and the company's plans moving forward.
Company Profiles
By: Matt Noonan | January 11, 2017
Over the past few years, Punchbowl has been quietly building a successful consumer company in the Boston area. We chatted with its founder, Matt Douglas, to learn more their progress.
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | January 3, 2017
Accelevents is a new Boston startup which is modernizing the experience for silent auctions and raffles. Here's the background story about the company and its product.
Company Profiles
By: Matt Noonan | December 22, 2016
Thanks to Snapstar, a brand loyalty app that allows customers to be rewarded for their various food purchases through a prize system, grocery shopping is about to become more engaging.

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