Stories

By: VentureFizz | September 26, 2013
The market in Boston is extremely active!  Most companies are hiring and scaling.  Thus, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at each week's activity of people coming and going. 
By: Jim McHugh | September 26, 2013
I’ve been contacted a number of times this year by business partners who are bickering with each other and/or struggling over the condition of their business...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 26, 2013
There were a lot of under-the-radar happenings this week in the Boston tech scene. Here are a few of the stories that you may have missed...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 26, 2013
Category 5 Boat Shoes, founded by a crew of best friends with Boston roots and University of Miami ties, is trying to accomplish two pretty impressive feats...
By: Drew Condon | September 25, 2013
Our Take - Deep thoughts on the iOS7 design have been pretty limited so far. Focused mostly on outrage about neon colors, lamenting a plague of flat design and minimalism...
By: Michael Gaiss | September 25, 2013
Many students and new grads may be unsure of their long-term career aspirations and are fearful of being locked into an initial position that may ultimately not be a great fit...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 25, 2013
In its third year, the Tech Gives Back Day run by TUGG is looking to be bigger than last year's event which raised over $150,000....
By: Allan Telio | September 24, 2013
We’re very lucky to live in Boston.  It’s amazing.  Our city is filled with amazing, smart, motivated people.  It’s also filled with amazing, innovative startups.    Unfortunately, it can...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 24, 2013
David Chang, a stalwart of the Boston tech scene, is up to some incredible things at PayPal’s Boston office these days.  First, PayPal is expanding its location-based ad network...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 23, 2013
One of the biggest tech and marketing events in Boston is less than a month away, andexcitement is building for MITX's FutureM, with some new keynotes announced yesterday...
By: Veronica Richter | September 23, 2013
One of Boston’s dirtiest little secrets is that the well-known college town’s students hardly ever leave the social and intellectual confines of their own campuses. Inter-school...
By: Dave Balter | September 23, 2013
Atul Singh and Lauren Jung, the founder of The Shelf, are as uncommon a pair of entrepreneurs as you might find – she’s a classically trained graphic designer, with a focused...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 23, 2013
In some really big news coming out of Providence this afternoon, Swipely, the payment system/analytics and marketing tools company, announced that in its first year it is managing over $1 billion in annual sales from merchants in twenty-nine states...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 22, 2013
Evergage, the local website personalization company, has built a product to help customers create more engagement and enchantment between clients and customers...
Office Tours
By: | September 22, 2013
Welcome to LogMeIn, located at 320 Summer St., in Boston’s Innovation District.
By: Dennis Keohane | September 19, 2013
On Tuesday evening at Rue La La headquarters in the Innovation District, a group of Boston's most creative startup folk gathered for the joint VentureFizz and NextView Ventures UI/UX/Design centered event...
By: Rosanna Y. de la Cruz | September 19, 2013
I had a chance to attend the Montana Jobs Summit in Butte, Montana and watch several amazing speakers, including Elon Musk, Sheryl Sandberg, and Eric Schmidt.  I spend most...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 19, 2013
Here is a quick overview of some exciting announcements that have popped up on our radar over the past couple of weeks...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 17, 2013
Stackdriver announced today that it has raised a $10 million Series B round of funding led by Flybridge Capital Partners...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 16, 2013
Don’t be surprised that if at this time next year, Parul Singh and her company Gradeable, an Ed Tech company that automatically corrects students’ tests, are a lot more well known than they are today...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 16, 2013
The Italics Awards seemed more like a close family gathering of Boston's most loyal and intelligent innovators than a ceremony to acknowledge local company founders. I wish I had a video of the event to show anyone who might ask me, "What makes the Boston tech community special?"
By: Dennis Keohane | September 15, 2013
In many of my interviews with entrepreneurs, innovators, and startup founders, more often than not, unprodded, they will often talk about how a book or two played an enormous role in their thinking as they set off on their startup adventure...
By: Pat Kinsel | September 12, 2013
In the era of the quantified self, there is is not a more powerful, yet less realized opportunity than passive location tracking.  Maintaining a constant record of your location...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 12, 2013
It was a great night at the Seaport Westin as many of the superstars of Boston's tech ecosystem gathered for an evening of awards and a celebration of some of the areas most important innovators. The highlight of the evening was the talk given by 2013 Commonwealth Award winner Ray Ozzie. Ozzie is best known for creating Lotus Notes and for his various roles at Microsoft, including taking over as the company's Chief Software Architect after Bill Gates.
By: Dennis Keohane | September 11, 2013
Salsify, the cloud-based content management for e-commerce company, announced this morning that they have raised $8 million in a Series A round of funding from Matrix Partners and North Bridge Venture Partners...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 11, 2013
What is CounterTack? Besides being one of the fast-growing security companies in Boston, here is what I know...
By: Andrew Parker | September 11, 2013
When you’re building a company where the lifetime value of a user is still  unknown (which is virtually all early stage consumer-facing startups), your most healthy source of new...
By: | September 10, 2013
Davis Square has (an undeserved) reputation as being an ugly-stepchild of the sexy neighborhoods and innovation enclaves like Harvard Square, Kendall Square, and the Seaport, that is until you go there and fall in love with the place...
By: Dennis Keohane | September 09, 2013
Think you know every Boston tech startup story out there? Well I doubt you know the tale of Shaun McConnon, Boston's quiet man CEO, who is leading security company BitSight as it launches its initial product today...

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