Earlier this month Cuseum, a startup focused on mobile technology for the art and cultural sector, announced it closed a seed investment of $1.2 million.
By: Josh Boyle | February 24, 2015
Business ideas come from all angles - some thoroughly thought out, some on a bar napkin and others through more unfortunate circumstance.
By: Sarah Urbonas | February 23, 2015
Arc provides users a model of proposed building projects in real time and space through the camera of an iPad.
By: Josh Boyle | February 23, 2015
MassChallenge Sampler Series events will provide entrepreneurs a taste of the resources they’ll be afforded on a daily basis as part of the accelrator.
By: Jeff Whatcott | February 23, 2015
A few years ago, in a moment of intense frustration, I wrote down six keys to effective leadership. I will spare you the detailed context to protect the guilty, but at the time I was desperate to communicate what effective leaders do.
By: VentureFizz | February 22, 2015
TechCrunch’s legendary meetup + pitch-off event is coming to Boston this Thursday, February 26th!
By: Josh Boyle | February 22, 2015
About 20 miles west of Boston lays a fast growing tech company representing some of the world’s most recognizable brands – Google, Microsoft, Fox, Netlfix, Amazon… the list goes on.
It's a Big Week of events in Boston! Here's a glimpse at what you need to know!
Last night it was time for Boston, the 13th stop for the annual Challenge Cup, to show what it has to offer.
Talent on the Move
By: VentureFizz | February 19, 2015
Talent on the Move - February 20, 2015 - Your weekly roll up of who is coming and going within the Boston tech scene!
By: Matthew Mamet | February 18, 2015
You really want to work at great company XYZ, but not sure how to get in the door. You’ve done your research about ways to make this happen and now you that getting referred...
By: Josh Boyle | February 18, 2015
The Quincy the Pitch Competition provides an opportunity for entrepreneurs to pitch their product or idea to a panel with the chance to win a share of up to $5,000 in cash and in-kind prizes.
Founded in 2013 by Ann Chao, Sonation is making music more enjoyable and interactive for people who play instruments or sing.
Working in Boston Tech
By: VentureFizz | February 17, 2015
Check out how to land a job at CloudLock and what life is like on the inside!
Tuesday, MassChallenge and Startup Institute announced a strategic partnership to increase synergies in Boston’s innovation economy and power global expansion.
By: Josh Boyle | February 16, 2015
CoPatient is a Boston-based startup empowering patients by helping them investigate, understand and save on their medical bills.
By: Dave Gerhardt | February 16, 2015
A former computer science professor at UMass, Adler launched the company as Fluent Mobile in 2008 and the business was originally a mobile news aggregator.
By: Josh Boyle | February 15, 2015
Bite Kite, a recently launched on-demand meal delivery service, is offering up a daily-changing eclectic menu for Bostonians.
Talent on the Move
By: VentureFizz | February 12, 2015
Talent on the Move - February 13, 2015 - Your weekly roll up of who is coming and going within the Boston tech scene!
By: Josh Boyle | February 12, 2015
Check out what's ahead around Boston next week and fill that calendar!
By: Kemal Demirhisar | February 11, 2015
When we boil down content marketing to its basics, what we want is creating lots of good quality content that is well optimized for search engines and effectively distributing that content to as many channels as you can in a timely and cost effective manner.
By: Josh Boyle | February 11, 2015
Dat Venture is a new program here in Boston designed exclusively for international entrepreneurs. Having officially launched its inaugural class on February 1st out of WeWork’s South Station office, the program welcomes 15 startups, all of which originated in Spain.
By: Greg Raiz | February 10, 2015
There are five stages of leadership that a company or individual can go through.
By: Natalie Bartlett | February 10, 2015
An interview with Sarah Hodges of Smarterer and Intelligent.ly
By: Josh Boyle | February 9, 2015
“Tired of empty bars during the week? We're here to help!”
By: Jeff Bussgang | February 9, 2015
Conventional wisdom suggests that the most important metrics for a startup - such as unit economics, cost of acquisition, lifetime value, churn rates - typically get better with time.
By: Josh Boyle | February 8, 2015
Geared toward helping individuals navigate adulthood without losing their soul or sense of adventure along the way, Society of Grownups is a place that’s dedicated to fostering financial literacy for adults.
By: Alexandra Stetson | February 8, 2015
Are you including the right features in your minimum viable product for a successful launch? Are you prioritizing the right functionality? What should the primary intention or goal be for your MVP or early-stage product release?
By: Josh Boyle | February 5, 2015
Get some Networking Events on your calendar for next week!