Most of the companies I come across on YouTube are using the patented "video dumping ground strategy." Someone in the company—maybe even you—is tasked with uploading every new website video and TV ad.
Talent on the Move
By: VentureFizz | August 13, 2014
Talent on the Move - August 15, 2014 - Your weekly roll up of who is coming and going within the Boston tech scene!
By: John Lunn | August 12, 2014
BattleHack Boston took place at Isobar this past weekend, and after 24 hours of stiff competition, 26 teams presented their hacks to our judges.
By: | August 12, 2014
Almost 80 of Boston’s Hottest Tech companies have built a BIZZpage to show off their company culture and recruit the best talent around. And they're pretty much all of these companies are hiring! We’re taking a look at these Co’s in a slideshow...
By: Dave Gerhardt | August 11, 2014
Tech in Boston Podcast: Using data to help 125,000 couples get pregnant and the future of wearables. Gina Nebesar, VP of Product & Marketing, Ovuline
By: Josh Boyle | August 11, 2014
“We want to have the best software in the world for high volume Amazon sellers,” said Alasdair McLean-Foreman, Co-Founder & CEO of Teikametrics, the leader in Amazon seller software...
By: | August 10, 2014
Here is an early look at the new crop of highly motivated and ready-to-create-change students in the Startup Institute's Summer Class of 2014.
By: Josh Boyle | August 7, 2014
VentureFizz strives to be your one-stop shop for the Boston Tech Scene. Our calendar is stockpiled with classes and events for Boston entrepreneurs to learn and network. They all deserve their due, but I want to highlight a few lined up for next week
Talent on the Move
By: VentureFizz | August 7, 2014
Talent on the Move - August 8, 2014 - Your weekly roll up of who is coming and going within the Boston tech scene!
By: Michael Greeley | August 7, 2014
The National Venture Capital Association released the 2Q14 fundraising data a few weeks ago which makes for fascinating reading when compared to the 2Q14 VC investing data.
By: Josh Boyle | August 6, 2014
We’re running a series of “Advice” pieces. For our next run of advice we’ve reached out to some super successful angel investors and asked that they too offer up some knowledge to help budding entrepreneurs in their quest to build a company and raise capital.
By: Tom Bain | August 6, 2014
As Black Hat 2014 kicks off in Las Vegas as we speak, there’s a substantial amount of buzz around a few things.
By: Garrett Rent | August 6, 2014
I’ve worked with (and for) a variety of startups so I wanted to share some of the most common SEO mistakes that I see recurring on a regular basis. Startups often have a very short runway, so it’s crucial that they maximize every marketing channel available (including SEO).
By: Nabeel Hyatt | August 5, 2014
It catches many founders by surprise, but one of the hardest pitches to a venture capital firm is actually the pitch to your current investors.
By: | August 5, 2014
Almost 80 of Boston’s Hottest Tech companies have built a BIZZpage to show off their company culture and recruit the best talent around.
By: Rishi Dean | August 4, 2014
In the last part of this series we looked at the range of responsibilities Product Managers can cover. Next, in the 3^3 model, we’ll examine how those responsibilities are adjusted, based on the type of customer you are serving.
By: Hermione Crease | August 3, 2014
It’s quite a week for anniversaries: as VentureFizz celebrates its fifth birthday we have released the schedule for the eighth edition of Business of Software (15th-17th September), one of Boston’s best loved conferences. To celebrate we have a special offer for VentureFizz readers.
By: | August 3, 2014
Our offices are located in the Riverworks Building at 480 Pleasant St. in Watertown. It’s a historical building that started out as two interconnected mill factories.
By: Josh Boyle | July 31, 2014
VentureFizz strives to be your one-stop shop for the Boston Tech Scene. Our calendar is stockpiled with classes and events for Boston entrepreneurs to learn and network. They all deserve their due, but I want to highlight a few...
Talent on the Move
By: VentureFizz | July 31, 2014
Talent on the Move - August 1, 2014 - Your weekly roll up of who is coming and going within the Boston tech scene!
By: | July 31, 2014
The Summer Venture Program at Babson College supports the most promising MBA and undergraduate entrepreneurs from Babson, Olin Engineering and Wellesley Colleges.
By: Josh Boyle | July 30, 2014
VentureFizz is all about Entrepreneurship. Wanting to provide advice for budding entrepreneurs, we reached out to a few successful entrepreneurs and asked them: “What advice would you give an up & coming entrepreneur?”
By: Larry Kim | July 30, 2014
To say that getting a business off the ground is hard work would be an understatement. Whether you’re still drafting your first business plan or recently opened your store, starting and running a business can be an exhilarating – and terrifying – experience.
By: Jo Tango | July 29, 2014
One of our investors is updating his POV on the VC environment and reached out for my 2 cents. After thinking about it, I would describe my observations of VC with this headline: “steady as she goes.” Here’s why.
By: Josh Boyle | July 29, 2014
There’s a young startup working out of WeWork on Atlantic Ave. looking to shake up the deals space by setting out to change how businesses reach customers.
By: | July 29, 2014
Almost 80 of Boston’s Hottest Tech companies have built a BIZZpage to show off their company culture and recruit the best talent around...
By: Michael Greeley | July 28, 2014
The 2Q14 VC investment data just released in the MoneyTree Report prepared by the National Venture Capital Association with an assist from PricewaterhouseCoopers and Thomson Reuters details the $13.0 billion invested in 1,114 companies over the last three months.
By: Rishi Dean | July 28, 2014
While I’ve previously posted about the requisite “soft-skills” of great Product Managers, in this Part of the series, we’ll explore the functional skill-set required on any given day.
By: Desmond Pieri | July 27, 2014
If what Alexander Graham Bell invented in 1876 was email – and if the technology invented 95 years later was the telephone – the immediacy of a telephone call would have been seen as an improvement over the delayed back-and-forth communication of email.