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Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Apollo Sinkevicius - COO, Robin
A look at balancing parenthood with the demanding schedule of a startup. One of the common startup myths is that single 20-somethings are the most successful entrepreneurs and that they are the demographic that starts the most companies.
Lessons Learned
Monday, July 28, 2014 Desmond Pieri - COO, Bridj
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.
Opinions
Thursday, July 10, 2014 Krysta Voskowsky - Community Manager & Events Coordinator, TUGG
If you don’t already know John Simon—co-founder of the GreenLight Fund, Boston venture capitalist with Sigma Prime Ventures, and all-around nice person—you probably should.
Entrepreneurship, Profiles
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 Brandon Pindulic - Marketing Coordinator, Wasabi Ventures
Planning for my day-to-day events is not something I do often, and when I do, I want to do it in the quickest, easiest way possible. I’ll put all the time and effort I have into a business...
Technology Trends
Wednesday, October 5, 2011 Andy Cook - Co-Founder, Rentabilities
Start-ups are hard, but there are a few things that you can do to make your life simpler and give your start-up a better chance of success.  These are lessons I’ve picked up along the way...
Best Practices, Entrepreneurship, Expert Advice, Lessons Learned
Friday, April 1, 2011 Andy Cook - Co-Founder, Rentabilities
The following post was written by Andy Cook, cofounder of Rentabilities and MassChallenge 2010 $50,000 winner. Having been through the MassChallenge before, Andy...
Best Practices, Entrepreneurship, Expert Advice, Innovation