Sonian is celebrating its 10th anniversary. I chatted with Tim McKinnon, Sonian's President & CEO, to look back at the evolution of the company and the road ahead.
It was a banner year for Crimson Hexagon in 2016, having launched a new product line, secured $20M in new funding, doubled its workforce and moved into new offices in downtown Boston. Here's our Q&A with Benjamin Cockerell about the company's progress.
Wicked Bandwidth is an internet service provider offering small and medium sized businesses fiber-based internet solutions. I interviewed the founders to learn more about their business.
One Door is the new brand for the company formerly known as RBM Technologies. I caught up with E.Y. Snowden (CEO) and Tom Erskine (CMO) to talk about the new brand and the company's plans moving forward.
Over the past few years, Punchbowl has been quietly building a successful consumer company in the Boston area. We chatted with its founder, Matt Douglas, to learn more their progress.
Eversound is bringing the first wireless headphone system for senior living to the market. The company is announcing $3M in funding. Here's their story.
Alyce is a corporate gifting platform company basesd in Boston that uses social data to suggest gifts for customers and employees. We spoke with Greg Segall, the company's CEO to get an update on their progress.
Brilliant launches a next generation NPS survey tool for apps and websites. The Boston startup was is founded by Tom Boates, the former VP of User Experience at RunKeeper.
All Set offers an end-to-end solution that allows users to find, vet, communicate and schedule with, and pay home services providers.
MatchMine was a personalization tech company born out of the Kraft Group. Here's the history of MatchMine, the ground breaking technology, and what led to its sudden failure.
Crayon, a Boston startup, is bringing an automated and more complete way of monitoring your competitors with its Intel product. The company is announcing $3.5M in new funding.
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