PAX East 2017 is in the books. For many gamers, this is the event to look forward to in the Seaport District. VentureFizz lists five unique features of this year's event, which may differ from other attendees.
By: Keith Cline | March 13, 2017
I'm exciting to announce our new roster of contributors on VentureFizz, along with each topic they will be covering. Each of them are bringing their own unique voice and writing style to covering the Boston tech scene.
By: Colin W. Barry | March 13, 2017
Wayhome is setting their sights on reinventing the way apartment and house hunters obtain information and learn about homes. Our interview with company co-founders, Brandon Paquette, Nick DePriest and Emily Eder will give you a look into this new company on the Boston Tech Scene.
Talent on the Move
By: Keith Cline | March 10, 2017
Here's your look at the latest hires across Boston tech from companies including at TripAdvisor, Continuum, Toast, Cambridge Semantics, Wayfair, edX, Formlabs, Janeiro Digital, LogMeIn, MassChallenge, Core dna, Airfox, and Alpha Software.
By: Colin W. Barry | March 10, 2017
Here's your preview of events coming your way in Boston's startup and tech sector!
By: Jennifer Lum | March 9, 2017
I recently led a discussion with RDV founders on How to Reach Angel Investors and Build Your Company in Boston. While the initial discussion detailed how to get in front of angel investors, the group was eager to learn about what happens next. In an effort to debunk the angel investing process, I asked eight prolific angel investors to share details on one angel investment they’ve made in the past year.
By: Christina Luconi | March 9, 2017
“Grabbing a shovel” means to lend a hand. When a problem arises, we don’t put the burden on one person to go solve it. Christina Luconi details the importance of helping someone to improve team morale.
Working in Boston Tech
By: Keith Cline | March 8, 2017
While edX is driven to provide the best-of-the-best online education services, the company maintains their own unique culture. We recently had the chance to speak with edX’s Lead Recruiter, Jaclyn Jussif, about the internal workings of edX’s offices.
By: Alice Rossiter | March 8, 2017
The Techstars Boston class has 6 female founder CEOs. Here's a look at the six awesome women running the companies in the Techstars Boston program right now.
By: Colin W. Barry | March 7, 2017
Check out our Office Tour featuring lots of pictures from Circle's offices in Boston, Massachusetts.
By: Cyndy Hunter | March 7, 2017
Since growth is the #1 goal of all companies and there are many factors that play into how companies grow, let’s dissect a few strategic objectives that may be feeding the growth strategy and the ways that marketing can and should support these objectives.
By: Nina Stepanov | March 6, 2017
Parul Singh is a Principal at Founder Collective. Read our Investor Profile to learn more about her background and what she is targeting for her investments.
By: Colin W. Barry | March 6, 2017
Wanderful is an online collective of women who aren’t just sharing their fun vacation stories. It is a chance for women abroad to connect with one another in a way that is comparable to social media. Founder Beth Santos tells her story with us and how she developed this idea into a business.
Located right in the Seaport District, G2 offers state-of-the-art solutions such as Amazon Web Services Solutions, Managed DevOps, and Managed Cloud Strategy & Solutions, for both startups and major companies.
Talent on the Move
By: Keith Cline | March 3, 2017
Here's your look at the latest hires across Boston tech from companies including Cybereason, TetraScience, Chewy, Quilt, Toast, Turbonomic, Comlinkdata, Acquia, LogMeIn, NextView Ventures, SevOne, + Romulus Capital.
Here's your preview of next week's events coming your way in Boston's startup and tech sector.
By: Zach Winn | March 2, 2017
MarketMuse helps companies improve their inbound marketing by using big data and artificial intelligence to understand the way search engines evaluate content. Our interview with Aki Balogh reveals the interesting history of the company.
By: Christina Luconi | March 2, 2017
Compassion is about a sincere desire to aid others. When we lead, and work this way, we raise the entire team up.
By: Sarah Salbu | March 1, 2017
Cogito was founded out of MIT and provides a unique software solution that gives call-center employees real-time, in-conversation analysis on the speaking patterns of the customer. The company recently raised $15M in funding led by OpenView Ventures.
Working in Boston Tech
By: Keith Cline | March 1, 2017
Turbonomic recently raised $50M in funding for its autonomic performance platform for the hybrid cloud. We interviewed Chris McMahon, the company's VP of People & Culture, to give you the inside scoop on the company and its culture.
By: Brianne Shelley | February 28, 2017
Shana Cooper, the Vice President of Products & Services at Kuvée, didn't expect to work on such a broad range of products, but she always loved the challenge of disrupting static industries. Here's her story.
By: Peter Karlson | February 28, 2017
NeuEon's CEO, Peter Karlson, breaks down the two major reasons why companies fail to innovate, and how they can improve their chances at succeeding in that field.
By: Keith Cline | February 27, 2017
Dave Walsh is the Chief Revenue Officer at Catalant. Here's his background story and why he decided to come out of retirement to disrupt a $200B market.
By: Jeff Williams | February 27, 2017
The next generation of sales tools will integrate the concept of voice of customer (VOC) as the foundation of a new customer solution “pull” model. Here's how.
Talent on the Move
By: Keith Cline | February 24, 2017
Here's your look at the latest hires across Boston tech from companies including Curata, Cogo Labs, Crayon, Catalant, LogMeIn, ezCater, 6 River Systems, Lionbridge, meQuilibrium, NextWave Hire, VGo Communications, Liberty Mutual, + Trilio Data.
By: Colin W. Barry | February 24, 2017
Here's your preview of events in Boston's startup and tech sector for next week.
By: Zach Winn | February 23, 2017
Readocity is a child-specific book recommendation startup that connects parents of young readers to literacy strategists / book lovers who know and understand books and kids.
By: Christina Luconi | February 23, 2017
Here’s three things to consider if you choose to introduce a little more of the “real you” to your worklife.
By: Keith Cline | February 22, 2017
Seismic is one of many companies in the Boston startup scene that is seeing massive growth. We interviewed Ed Calnan, its co-founder and President to learn more.
By: Natalie Nathanson | February 22, 2017
Recently, we sat down with a few CEOs and picked their brains on what dynamics they’re facing in their respective markets and how it’s shaping their firm’s growth strategy.