Friday, November 21, 2014Ben Sutton - Senior Associate, NAI Hunneman
Tech companies and startups are now looking “outside the box” for office space, and scouring urban neighborhoods for rent value and Innovation District potential in the Broadway and Andrew Square areas of South Boston...
Monday, August 4, 2014Hermione Crease - Marketing Manager, The Business Leaders Network
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.
Believe it or not, winter is finally behind us, spring is (mostly) in bloom, and summer is just around the corner. While that progression is a good thing for those of us who enjoy being outdoors, it also means that businesses all over the country are beginning to scramble to hire a new class of college graduates for their entry-level roles.
Friday, May 2, 2014Brian Sedor - Senior Manager, Centric Consulting.
At the end of March 2014, people across various industries gathered in Boston for the AnalyticsWeek Big Data & Analytics Unconference. The overarching purpose of the weeklong event, as shared by the organizers, was to share information and capabilities across the Boston big data and analytics community.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014Kim Lombard – Community Manager, mosaicHUB
Going out to investors can be stressful for any company, whether in their seed stage or at $10 million in revenue. You need to know a lot of information before even thinking about speaking to a VC firm: how to get an introduction, what stage of your business is right to approach an investor, and how you should pitch your company, just to name a few.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014Carlie Smith - Senior Talent Specialist, OpenView Venture Partners
Most startup founders understand that identifying, hiring, and retaining top talent is the most important component of building and scaling a great business. Those entrepreneurs also typically grasp the significant risk (and cost) associated with making a bad hire.