Here's your look at the latest hires and promotions across the Boston tech community at Wayfair, Cogito, ezCater, Chewy, DraftKings, Appcues, Kyruus, Cantina, Starry, Mimecast, and Owl Labs.
Here’s your look at the acquisition and funding news in NYC tech from January 14 to January 18!
Here's your preview of events coming your way in Boston's startup and tech sector from January 21 to January 26!
Out of Office is a new coworking space based in Hudson, MA founded by Fresh Tiled Soil CEO Richard Banfield. The goal of the space is to give those living outside of the city not only a place to work, but as a way to give those who don’t have access to one of the major coworking offices a chance to experience one. We spoke with Banfield about the founding of the coworking company, what the space is all about, and what impact a coworking space can have the outlying towns of the Hub.
On this episode of The VentureFizz Podcast, Keith Cline interviews Dan Sommer, Founder and CEO at Trilogy Education.
To go along with her post from last week, Christina Luconi writes about one word: sustainability. She writes about how the word has had an effect on her career as a whole and shares some advice regarding "sustainability" within someone else's professional life.
Neurala’s VP of Engineering, Vesa Tormanen connected with us to discuss the company's rather complex technology, along with what a potential employee can expect during the interview process and what they work on in their offices in the Seaport District.
Sabrina Manville has always had a career in higher enducation in some way, shape, or form before getting involved with a full-fledged startup. Samantha Costanzo Carleton spoke with Manville to learn about the startup she helped co-found, Edmit, and how it's helping parents and students figure out the true cost of college.
Industrious is a rapidly growing coworking company with an abundance of locations around the Northeast. Anna Squires Levine, the GM of North America Coworking for Industrious, sat down with us at one of the locations to talk about the founding of the company. She also shared details on what it’s like to work out of their space, and the company's plans for growth.
ParkWise is a crowdsourced parking solution that collects and processes data from various sources to produce a real-time map of street parking availability, short-term predictions, and parking regulations. We sat down with Founder and CEO Alexander Shvartz to learn more about how ParkWise came to be, as well as how it works.
What do the career path and day-in-the-life look like for a Clinical Programs Manager at Wellframe? We connected with Danielle Oaks to find out!
On this episode of The VentureFizz Podcast, Keith Cline interviews Andy Cook, Co-Founder and CEO of Tettra.
Voting has officially opened for the next recipient of our award!
There's always something going on in NYC Tech! Here's our list of the must-attend events in NYC from January 14 to January 17!