MunchMoney is a company that offers employers an employee benefit in the form of the MunchMoney app, a platform that provides said employees with exclusive deals and discounts at 45,000 restaurants nationwide. We caught up with Co-Founder and CEO Chris Kane to learn more about how the platform works, as well as the current state and scale of the company.
Lawn Serv is a subscription box startup that delivers folks all sorts of products and tools to take care of their grass. We spoke with Lawn Serv’s Co-Founder Troy Scarbrough to talk about the company's origins at Babson College and what problems they are solving with their month-to-month boxes.
We connected with Dan Roland, CEO of Katalyst, to learn more about how his background working in restaurants led him to start the company and also spoke about the company’s rebranding.
LGBTQutie is a dating and social network for the LGBTQ community focused on building real relationships and meaningful connections. We caught up with co-founders Jordan Weiss and Rachel Kimelman to learn more about the app, including why such a platform is needed for the LGBTQ community.
Plum Alley is not a fund or an angel network, but rather a platform for connection. Kalei Buczek spoke to Investment Associate Haley Fradkin to get the scoop on what the network is all about.
We spoke with Modulate’s Co-Founder and CEO Mike Pappas to learn more about their voice skins and how anyone could sound like President Obama through their software. We also touched upon how they are combating not-so-ideal use cases with people impersonating others for unscrupulous reasons.
DownToDash is an app that helps its users find other people to do activities with. We had the chance to speak with Co-Founder and CEO Sama Jashnani about how the company was founded, what it's all about, and more.
Hydrow’s Founder and CEO Bruce Smith sat down with us to talk about how their device works and why they chose to focus on rowing. Smith also offers advice in regards to funding to startups who may have a different kind of hardware-based product.
Venture Lane’s Founder Christian Magel had a chance to speak with us about the organization and how they are assisting early-stage startups. Magel also touched upon his own career as a serial entrepreneur and what led him down the path of helping other entrepreneurs.
GoBambino is a mobile platform that allows busy parents (and parents-to-be) to discover and book everything from drop-in classes to workshops and camps, all without stress and without commitment. We had the chance to speak with Founder Dana Serikov about the story of the company's founding, where it's going next, and what she's most proud of.
We spoke with Starburst Data’s Co-Founder and CEO Justin Borgman to learn more about Presto and who some of their customers are. We also touched upon the history of the company and what backgrounds the team has in the Boston tech space.
Of a Kind is an online commerce company that simultaneously offers the pieces and tells the stories of up-and-coming fashion designers. In addition to fashion, they offer everything from home goods to jewelry, paper goods, and beyond. We had the chance to ask both of its co-founders, Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, about the state of the business, including how it started and where it's going next.
Persado is a company that uses AI to take the guesswork out of creative marketing. We caught up with Co-Founder and SVP of Product Assaf Baciu, who explained how the company was founded, what it's all about, and where they're going next.
Meenta’s Co-Founder and CEO Gabor Bethlendy connected with us to talk about how the company’s technology is solving the problems involved with this particular part of life science. He also went into detail about the startup’s time at Techstars last year.
Cumul.io is a company that provides a building block for data analytics. I had the chance to chat with Co-Founder and CEO Karel Callens to discuss the story of how the company is founded, what they do, and more.