Hot off the (digital) press, here’s your look at who recently kicked off new roles in the Boston tech scene.
By: Keith Cline | April 8, 2016
Here's your preview of events in Boston's tech sector for next week. Don't miss our own GROWTH event on Thursday, April 14th.
By: Kaite Rosa | April 7, 2016
Today I'm checking in with Craig Daniel, VP of product at join.me (part of LogMeIn) to learn more about his unique take on growth.
By: Christina Luconi | April 7, 2016
Here are four ideas to help you reframe how you might be approaching your own wellness and why it is vital to your success.
By: Kaite Rosa | April 6, 2016
Botkeeper is a robotic bookkeeping system that integrates with existing software and leverages machine learning to manage the books.
Working in Boston Tech
By: Keith Cline | April 6, 2016
Get an inside look at the culture and what it's like to work at Hudl's product and engineering office in Boston. Hudl is a sports + technology company.
By: Manisha Tolani | April 6, 2016
Plenish allows users to monitor food consumption, eliminate food waste, and automatically order new groceries straight from their smartphone.
Serial entrepreneur Stephan Schambach has always had a nose for what’s next - particularly when it comes to retail.
By: Keith Cline | April 5, 2016
Check out KAYAK's ultra modern offices in Cambridge, which serves as the company's technology headquarters.
Leading up to GROWTH, I’m chatting with our panelists to learn more about their take on the topic. Here's what ezCater CMO David Meiselman had to say.
By: Kaite Rosa | April 4, 2016
Paul Toms, General Manager at Joss & Main and a Wayfair employee since the early days, weighs in on the company's growth.
Just like there are ways to win customers from competitors, there are also tactics to recruit soon-to-be grads to your startup.
Read our investor Q&A with John Burns, Chief Investment Officer at Breakaway.
By: Keith Cline | April 1, 2016
Here's your preview of events in Boston's tech sector for next week. There's a lot of great stuff happening, especially Thursday night's 10th Annual Wine & Tequila Party hosted by TUGG. It's a great opportunity (and excuse) to raise some money for some well deserved charities!
Talent on the Move
By: Kaite Rosa | April 1, 2016
Here’s this week’s roundup of who’s coming and going in the Boston tech scene.
By: Christina Luconi | March 31, 2016
Spring’s here and it’s causing me to evaluate all the clutter in my work life that collected over the winter.
By: Jeff Williams | March 31, 2016
The reality is this: what works for a traditional digital desktop experience may not work for a mobile experience.
By: Kaite Rosa | March 30, 2016
MyBarber is a mobile app that immediately connects clients with skilled barbers whenever and wherever they need a cut.
By: Chris Lang | March 30, 2016
Here are a couple things that I think could help all new tech startup managers.
By: Karen Lepore | March 30, 2016
How will you get candidates to choose your organization: nature or nurture?
Spring is here! Here are the five steps to maximize your recruiting efforts for this season.
We have your inside look at Actifio's offices and culture in Waltham, Massachusetts. Our office tour features over twenty pictures of this Boston-based unicorn.
By: Kaite Rosa | March 29, 2016
TechGen's program and platform are free resources that connect students with innovative tech companies in Massachusetts.
By: Kaite Rosa | March 28, 2016
In advance of our event GROWTH, I’ll be connecting with panelists to hear their perspectives on the topic. First up is Brian Balfour, VP of Growth at Hubspot.
By: Shawn LaVana | March 28, 2016
This framework will help you hold discussions about where your startup is going.
Talent on the Move
By: Jack Mulvaney | March 25, 2016
Your weekly roll up of who's coming and going within the Boston tech scene.
By: Keith Cline | March 25, 2016
Here's your preview for next week. It you're interested in seeing all of the events listed on our calendar for either next week or the entire month of March and April, check out our Networking Calendar.
Cambridge-based LiftUp, a resistance band system that syncs with your phone to track repetitions and strength, launched its campaign yesterday on Kickstarter.
Aaron Jun has the makings of everyone’s favorite kind of success story.
By: Christina Luconi | March 24, 2016
Leaders to make sound business decisions. To do this, you need to do what’s right - and that’s not always what’s popular.