Ariel Diaz's newest startup Blissfully gives customers an easy way to track spending across all the various SaaS products they are using, plus an automated security element in terms of granting employees access to these tools. We spoke with Diaz to discuss his career and newest venture.
Rootastes is changing the way companies enjoy their lunch break by providing healthier options to eat. Co-Founder and CEO Mint Pattanan Ketthin spoke with us how her company is making meals and about the company's time at the Branchfood coworking space. She also shared with us what the company has been up since joining MassChallenge.
empow is another company in Boston's ever-growing cybersecurity cluster that is doing some interesting things with their machine learning-powered platform. We spoke with empow's CEO Peter George to dicsuss the history of the company what sets their tech apart from other cybersecurity companies.
Optimove is a company that helps marketing teams improve marketing retention through its Relationship Marketing Hub platform. We spoke with Founder and CEO Pini Yakuel to learn more about how the company got to where it is today.
salesEQUITY uses its Customer Experience Management platform to help companies measure their customer journeys. We spoke with Chief Executive Officer Scott German to learn more about the Boston area company.
Founded by Eva Goicochea and Dina Epstein, Maude is a NYC startup that is disrupting the $17B sexual wellness industry with a direct to consumer model. Here is the background story of the founders and the details on the company.
Medumo Co-Founder and CEO Adeel Yang spoke with us about his company and how they came together to create their tech. Yang also went into detail about their time at PULSE and their company’s culture.
ShelterZoom has developed a real estate management platform that utilizes the Ethereum blockchain to make the process of buying and selling real estate online whole and simplified. We spoke with the founding team Chao Cheng-Shoreland and Allen Alishahi about how their platform works and how blockchain has affected the NYC tech scene.
Cambridge Mobile Telematics is a company that offers their DriveWell platform, which tracks driver behavior in order to ultimately make the roads safer. We spoke with VP of Product & Marketing Katherine Wellman in order to learn more about the platform, as well as the journey it took to get the company to where it is today.
Parsec is on a mission to change the way gamers access PC games. We learn how co-founders Benjy Boxer and Chris Dickson created Parsec, and how their interface works in the best interest of their consumers.
Mobile App DRAFT Co-CEO Jordan Fliegel shares the story of DRAFT and how they're seizing the opportunity to change the game for fantasy sports enthusiasts.
A company part of the 2018 MassChallenge cohort, Mobile Pixels has created a portable second screen that can be attached to a person’s laptop, giving a person dual monitors in an instant. We sat down with Co-Founders Jack Yao and Stephen Ng to not only chat about the company but also they also gave us a product demo of their Duo model.
Furnishare is an online marketing where consumers can buy and sell previously owned furniture. Our interview with Alpay Koralturk shares the details on his background and what led him to start this company.
Coravin allows avid wine drinkers and restaurateurs to preserve their wine and pour a glass without having to pop the cork. We connected with the company's CEO Frederic Levy and he spoke with us about the company's founding and how their uniquely designed hardware works.
Building Engines is a company that offers its property management software platform to commercial real estate companies. We sat down with CMO Scott Sidman, who told us how the company was founded as well as what it's been up to lately.