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Tuesday, September 1, 2015 Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
“I’m one of those crazy people who does this thing over and over.” That’s how Ellen Rubin describes her career as a serial entrepreneur.
Tech in Boston Podcast
Thursday, August 27, 2015 Jeff Williams - Co-Founder of Mobile Oxygen
It’s in the DNA of Americans to be mobile. Perpetually in motion. Advancing. Exploring. Moving ahead.
Lessons Learned
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
While at HubSpot, Cancel re-built the product organization and helped point the company in the direction that led to their IPO in the fall of 2014.
Tech in Boston Podcast
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
Diane Hessan isn’t most people. On this episode of Tech In Boston, she tells it like it is, and shares the ups and downs of her 13 years building and running C Space
Tech in Boston Podcast
Thursday, July 30, 2015 Rob Go - Co-Founder and Partner, NextView Ventures
We continue to hear the sentiment that it’s really tough to build a great consumer startup in Boston...
Lessons Learned
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
TJ Parker isn’t your typical entrepreneur in Boston. He’s a second-generation pharmacist and started working at his Dad’s pharmacy up in New Hampshire at the age of 16...
Tech in Boston Podcast
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
Bridj is taking a new approach to mass transportation. Somewhere in-between Uber and the MBTA...
Tech in Boston Podcast
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
Boston is a test-market for many of Instacart’s new products and services, playing a big role in the company’s growth — which has led to a valuation north of $2B.
Tech in Boston Podcast
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
Quigley has 20 years of experience growing service brands, generating business opportunities and building thought-leadership initiatives that fuel growth and put companies on the map.
Tech in Boston Podcast
Monday, June 15, 2015 Duncan Lennox - CEO & Co-Founder, Qstream
For most start-ups it has traditionally been considered too risky and difficult to broaden beyond the domestic market in the early years.
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