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.
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.
OrganizeTogether is giving folks who run non-profit and grassroots organizations more bandwidth, as their platform assists in all aspects of running an organization that is looking to make a difference. The startup’s Co-Founder and CEO Tony Arias spoke with us to talk about the company and what organizations are using the software. Arias also went into detail into how the team came together and what experience they have working at non-profits prior to the company.
Corey Pierson, Custora Co-Founder and CEO, connected with us to talk about the history of the eCommerce company, including how they came up with the idea for the platform and how its helping brands out. Pierson also shared a humorous story about how Paul Graham (Y Combinator Co-Founder) helped out with the current name.
We connected with Corey Berkey, JazzHR's Director of HR to learn more about the company, its applicant tracking and recruiting software, the story behind its name and more.
Augury has created an IoT and AI-enabled device that allows people to monitor machines within large facilities with a smartphone. The company’s Co-Founder and CEO Saar Yoskovitz had a chance to speak with us about how the technology works and who some of their clients are. He also shared what it is like to work at Augury by describing the company culture.
Epicenter Experience has created a new software platform for companies in different industries to connect with their consumers long after the buying process has ended. The idea is to create a more personal connection between companies and consumers. We had a chance to connect with Paul Krasinski, Epicenter’s Founder and CEO, to learn more about the software and what kinds of problems the company is looking to solve for marketers and consumers.
Landstylist is a website that helps people design and get inspiration for their outdoor space. We caught up with Founder Julie Farris to learn more about how Landstylist came to be, as well as how the company has evolved over time.
PigPug is a company that is developing a headset to treat ADHD that works through neurofeedback, a form of therapeutic intervention. We caught up with CEO Vitali Karpeichyk to learn more about the current state of the NYC-based company.
DUST Identity is a company out of the MIT ecosystem that is innovating supply chain security by taking a unique approach; using applied science engineered diamonds for customers to keep track of their chains. We spoke with company Co-Founder and CEO Ophir Gaathon to learn about how and why the company chose to use diamonds as a core part of their technology and Gaathon went into detail about the development process.
ThriveFantasy is a new daily fantasy company dedicated to prop bets, which are made for the occurrence or non-occurrence during a game of an event not directly affecting the game's final outcome. We had the opportunity to catch up with Founder and CEO Adam Weinstein to ask him about how the game works and how the company has evolved over time.
ThriveHive is a company that aims to guide small businesses to extraordinary marketing results by combining data, people, and software. We caught up with Scott Noll, General Manager of SaaS at ThriveHive, to learn more about the story behind the company's founding, how it differentiates from the competitors, and their plans moving forward.
LOU is a learning software platform designed to teach anyone complex web platforms through direct lessons and they recent won MIT Enterprise Forum Beantown Throwdown's pitch competition. We spoke with LOU's founding team of Rachel Pardue and Kyle Lawson to learn more about the startup and how the software works.
Applecart deploys proprietary Social Graph technology to run smarter advertising campaigns for corporations, political candidates, and non-profit organizations. We caught up with Matt Kalmans, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of the company, to learn the story of how the company came to be, how its Social Graph technology works, and what roles the company is currently hiring for.