Stories

By: Colin W. Barry | September 1, 2017
Here's your preview of events coming your way in Boston's startup and tech sector!
Founder Stories
By: Alexander Culafi | August 31, 2017
Joe Cuccinelli is the co-founder and COO of a new company looking to revolutionize photo-sharing at Photo Butler. He tells Alex Culafi about his storied career, as well as how the game-changing app came to be.
Company Profiles
By: Sarah Salbu | August 31, 2017
Coherent Path is an email marketing company that focuses on bringing in customer data to help their clients increase revenue. Sarah Salbu interviewed Co-Founder and CEO, James Glover, about his own entrepreneurial history and how Coherent Path's employee ranks are growing.
By: Christina Luconi | August 31, 2017
When you spend more hours at the office than you do at home with a group of intelligent, like minded people in your dating demographic, sparks are bound to fly. Christina Luconi writes about how romance blossoms in the work place and offers tips to make sure it does not end in a disaster.
Working in Boston Tech
By: Keith Cline | August 30, 2017
We connected with Loren Boyce, DigitalOcean’s Director of Talent Acquisition, to chat about the company’s culture and what it's like to work there.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | August 30, 2017
Soft Robotics is creating machines that are built from a proprietary and versatile material which, through material science, enables a robot to grasp and manipulate items of varying size, shape, and weight. VentureFizz connected with SoftRobotics' CEO, Carl Vause, about how the company answered a question from DARPA to become its own company.
Office Tours
By: Colin W. Barry | August 29, 2017
Check out our Office Tour featuring lots of pictures from Brightcove's offices in Boston.
Company Profiles
By: Keith Cline | August 29, 2017
Founded by Boston College alumni, Jebbit is helping brands engage with consumers in a meaningful way, but their solution is now focused on today’s mobile world. VentureFizz connected with Jonathan Lacoste to learn more about the company's history and products.
By: Keith Cline | August 28, 2017
Lots of companies in the Boston tech scene held summer outings. Here's a recap of the fun.
By: Alexander Culafi | August 28, 2017
Boston's tech leaders tell us all about their first computers, as well as what they used them for. But that's not all! We want to know about YOUR first computer too!
Talent on the Move
By: Keith Cline | August 25, 2017
Here's your look at the latest hires and promotions across the Boston tech community at Quick Base, Ipswitch, SmartBear, LogMeIn, Crayon, Kyloe Partners, Getfused, Definitive Healthcare, Ace-up, and Optum Analytics.
By: Colin W. Barry | August 25, 2017
Here's your preview of events coming your way in Boston's startup and tech sector!
Company Profiles
By: Alexander Culafi | August 24, 2017
Soofa is a company that makes solar-powered benches and E Ink displays for cities. Co-Founder Sandra Richter tells Alex Culafi about Soofa's mission to make sustainability attractive, social, and fun.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | August 24, 2017
Quick Key is an EdTech startup who developed an app allowing teachers to grade tests and quizzes through their smartphones. The company has implemented other features to help teachers out in the classroom as well. VentureFizz connected with the company's two co-founders, Isaac Van Wesep and Walter Duncan, about the founding of the company.
By: Christina Luconi | August 24, 2017
Whether it occurs in your childhood during school or right-in-the-middle of your career, everyone goes through a personal struggle. Christina Luconi shares her own story of overcoming her struggles and how it has benefitted her in her career and in her life.
Working in Boston Tech
By: Keith Cline | August 23, 2017
VentureFizz connected with Zoe Silverman, Yesware’s Director of Talent, about the software they provide and get a feel for what an average day at Yesware is like for their employees. During the interview, we also learned about their internal culture and team-building core values.
By: Peter Karlson | August 23, 2017
If your software company’s medium-to-long term plans include merging or being acquired, there are essential aspects of your business that you should focus on now. Peter Karlson writes about how there are two business areas companies should focus on when this happens.
Office Tours
By: Colin W. Barry | August 22, 2017
Check out our Office Tour featuring lots of pictures from PillPack's offices in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | August 22, 2017
Neuromotion Labs is creating original mobile video games on their platform, Mighteor, to assist children with behavioral issues. VentureFizz connected with two of the company's co-founders, Craig Lund and Jason Kahn, about their admirable mission and how their technology is helping families and schools.
By: Colin W. Barry | August 21, 2017
With the fall season rolling around the corner, here is your look at some of the must-attend events taking place across Boston's tech and entrepreneurial sectors.
Driven
By: Alexander Culafi | August 21, 2017
Onur Mergen is an ambitious tech leader with nearly two decades of experience. VentureFizz sat down with Mergen to discuss his career path, from his birthplace in Turkey to his current role as CTO at ezCater.
Talent on the Move
By: Keith Cline | August 18, 2017
Here's your look at the latest hires and promotions across the Boston tech community at Wayfair, Starry, Placester, ezCater, TripAdvisor, Endurance International Group, BevSpot, LogMeIn, Repsly, ZappRx, Facing History and Ourselves, Sophos and Commerce Ventures.
By: Colin W. Barry | August 18, 2017
Here's your preview of events coming your way in Boston's startup and tech sector!
Company Profiles
By: Zach Winn | August 17, 2017
Legably is an online platform that helps lawyers connect with firms and solo practitioners to find and manage contract work. Zach Winn interviewed the company founder and CEO, Dan Reilly, about how he is looking to help out small to medium sized and solo law firms.
Company Profiles
By: Colin W. Barry | August 17, 2017
Operation Code is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping unemployed veterans break into the tech industry and helping to bring veterans and citizens together. We interviewed the organization's COO, Conrad Holloman, on how Operation Code is looking to fulfill this mission.
By: Christina Luconi | August 17, 2017
During your career, you don't always have to be the comedian as cracking a joke once in a while can certainly lighten the mood on a stressful day. Christina Luconi writes about the importance of good humor in the workplace and how it helps everyone.
Lead(H)er
By: Brianne Shelley | August 16, 2017
Laura Bronner, the Head of Branding at EF Education First became interested in becoming an entrepreneur after attending a panel. Brianne Shelley interviewed Bronner about her career, including her other entrepreneurial pursuits and how she ended up working at EF Education First.
By: Alexander Culafi | August 16, 2017
e-Spirit is a nearly 20-year-old company that makes cloud-based CMS. CMO Michael Gerard discusses the company, as well as what it means to innovate the right way.
Company Profiles
By: Keith Cline | August 15, 2017
Mautic is a marketing automation platform that leverages the power of an open source community, combined with a slick, easy-to-use product on a modern architecture. We interviewed Matt Johnston, Mautic's CEO, about the founding of the company and how they are changing the game with marketing automation.
By: Alexander Culafi | August 15, 2017
Howl is a social nightlife app that allows you to connect to your friends and find out what they’re up to. Alexander Culafi interviewed the brother-and-sister co-founding team, Becky and Chris Cowie, about their nightlife venture.

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