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Friday, March 6, 2015 Jeff Bussgang - General Partner, Flybridge Capital Partners
There are a number of founder leadership models that can work well as a startup evolves. I have lived a few as an entrepreneur and worked with many as a board member.
Lessons Learned
Friday, March 6, 2015 Josh Boyle - Director of Community & Marketing, VentureFizz
We all know how awesome the Boston tech ecosystem is, but does everyone take full advantage of it?
Tech Events Look-Ahead
Thursday, March 5, 2015 Josh Boyle - Director of Community & Marketing, VentureFizz
Launch Academy, a 10 week, intensive bootcamp teaching you how to code, is holding the first ever, full scholarship coding competition, dubbed “Shipping Up To Boston.”
Entrepreneurship
Thursday, March 5, 2015 Rob Go - Co-Founder and Partner, NextView Ventures
About a year ago, Nancy and I were spending some time with Hardi Meybaum and his family.  Hardi is the founder of our portfolio company GrabCAD which was acquired recently by Stratsys.
Lessons Learned
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 VentureFizz
Today in "Working In Boston Tech" we hear from the team at Sonian, an early innovator in cloud-based archiving who preserves, protects and presents critical information.
Working In Boston Tech
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Josh Boyle - Director of Community & Marketing, VentureFizz
Powered by Google for Entrepreneurs, Startup Next is the pre-accelerator helping you prepare to apply and get accepted to the top accelerators in the world.
Entrepreneurship
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Natalie Bartlett - Community Lead, Rough Draft Ventures
An interview with Ellen Rubin, co-founder of ClearSky Data.
Expert Advice
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Josh Boyle - Director of Community & Marketing, VentureFizz
Raizlabs, a full service mobile app development company providing strategy, design and development, last month announced the launch of a startup incubator – for early-stage mobile companies.
Entrepreneurship
Monday, March 2, 2015 Josh Boyle - Director of Community & Marketing, VentureFizz
In 2011 brothers, Boris and Yevgeniy Mordkovich started EVELO, an electric bicycle company, with $100,000 of their own money. Today, having not raised any outside funding, the company is projected to hit $3 million in sales in 2015.
Profiles
Friday, February 27, 2015 VentureFizz
Talent on the Move - February 27, 2015 - Your weekly roll up of who is coming and going within the Boston tech scene!
Talent on the Move