The major experience that inspired Keith Frankel to commit to honesty and brought him to Firecracker.
GuideHire is an online community meets marketplace, lets outdoor enthusiasts connect with and search for professional guides, plan for and book expeditions, and review trips all via one platform.
By: Renay Picard | May 25, 2016
Jumpstart Micro is a new equity crowdfunding portal community that entrepreneurs can join for free. I sat down with founder Stephen Catanzano to learn more.
Working in Boston Tech
By: Jill Gregoriou | May 25, 2016
This week we shine the spotlight on CloudHealth Technologies for our Working in Boston Tech series.
By: Jill Gregoriou | May 24, 2016
LogMeIn simplifies the way people connect to each other and the world around them. We recently toured their spacious headquarters in the Innovation District. Enjoy the tour!
By: Chris Lang | May 24, 2016
Knowing fully well that growth can come at the expense of culture, here are a few things I’ve been practicing at Bynder to avoid losing our mojo.
By: Kaite Rosa | May 23, 2016
I recently caught up with Katherine Hays, co-founder and CEO of Vivoom, to learn how her company helps brands leverage their audiences and evolve their marketing strategies.
By: Lisa Clark | May 23, 2016
Ramping Millennials and sustaining the skills that matter most is at the same time critical and challenging.
By: Keith Cline | May 20, 2016
Here's your preview of events in Boston's tech sector for next week.
Talent on the Move
We made it to Friday, folks! You know what that means: another edition of Talent on the Move.
Localytics’ impressive new digs are complete with all kinds of top-notch perks.
By: Christina Luconi | May 19, 2016
These words of wisdom highlight that the sweetest victories often come after the biggest challenges.
By: Jill Gregoriou | May 18, 2016
Amazon Audible's Cambridge office is responsible for a significant product portfolo. This week they're sharing what it's like to work on their team for our Engineering Spotlight series.
By: Kaite Rosa | May 18, 2016
As of late, more resources are cropping up in the Boston outskirts that support entrepreneurs and startups alike.
By: Kaite Rosa | May 17, 2016
Welcoming a new crop of graduates to the "real world" this month left me wondering: what crazy workplace trials and errors did some of Boston's tech leaders endure when kicking off their careers?
By: Jill Gregoriou | May 17, 2016
Rethink Robotics developed, Baxter, the world’s first Robot with Common Sense, for manufacturing and research. Scope out the scene at their Boston headquarters.
By: Keith Cline | May 16, 2016
Read our investor Q&A with Matt Fates, General Partner of Ascent Venture Partners.
By: Jeff Williams | May 15, 2016
Have you ever been confused about what a UX designer is actually doing? After reading this quick article, you will be armed with an understanding that may help you make better hiring and staffing decisions.
Talent on the Move
By: Jill Gregoriou | May 13, 2016
Cheers to another edition of Talent on the Move and to a beautiful Friday! Here's your weekly dose of who's coming and going within the Boston tech scene.
By: Keith Cline | May 13, 2016
Here's your preview of events in Boston's tech sector for next week. Don't miss the NEVY Awards on Wednesday!
By: Kaite Rosa | May 12, 2016
As Chief Digital Officer at America's Test Kitchen, Fran Middleton's paving the company's digital strategy.
By: Christina Luconi | May 12, 2016
resiliencenoun re·sil·ience \ri-ˈzil-yən(t)s\the ability to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens Merriam Webster’s definition for resilience is spot on. Even so, you might want to go beyond just a dictionary definition to make sure you really understand the word, because resilience is critical in this day and age.
By: Jill Gregoriou | May 11, 2016
This week Valore is in the limelight. Valore strives to bring efficiency and affordability to the textbook industry through its two unique platforms, ValoreBooks and Boundless.
By: Daniel Rodriguez | May 11, 2016
While the majority of controversy surrounding Disrupted has to do with diversity and culture in tech startups, there is another argument that Lyons makes in his book which is going overlooked and under-analyzed.
By: Michelle Heath | May 11, 2016
This post originally appeared on MichelleHeath.com One of the biggest challenges start-ups face today is scale. That scary, aspirational word that every investor wants to see before they invest and every founder wants to achieve so they can prove the model works.
By: Kaite Rosa | May 10, 2016
I recently chatted with Rica Elysee to learn more about how this female entrepreneur is growing BeautyLynk.
By: Jill Gregoriou | May 10, 2016
iZotope creates innovative products that inspire and enable people to be creative. We have the inside look at its fresh and funky Cambridge headquarters.
By: Chris Merrill | May 10, 2016
G2 Tech Group is a thriving tech company dedicated to helping startups succeed and has evolved its marketing strategy to support this mission.
By: Marcus Tgettis | May 9, 2016
The similarities between HR and marketing are growing, the lines are blurring, and there are today a significant number of transferrable skills between both functions.
By: Keith Cline | May 9, 2016
Read our investor Q&A with Jamie Goldstein, Founder of Pillar.