We spoke with Randori's founding team Brian Hazzard (CEO) and David “Moose” Wolpoff (CTO) about their extensive cybersecurity backgrounds and how it led them to start their own company. Along with going into detail how their technology works, the two founders also shared how they are setting their company apart from other companies in a relatively crowded and constantly evolving tech sector.
Waffle is a company that is developing a customizable, all-in-one insurance solution for consumers. We spoke to two co-founders to learn more about how such a solution would work, as well as what comes next for the company.
Woodpecker is an app for Microsoft Word designed for document automation. We spoke with Founder and CEO Alex Melehy about how the app is helping small-and-medium sized law firms across the country with time-sensitive documents.
Sndbox is a multimedia studio and incubator that utilizes the Steem blockchain to develop various creative projects. We had the chance to interview co-founders Kirk Finkel and Michael Lee about the studio's past, present, and future.
Today, Privy announces a $4.25M round of funding led by Sam Clemens from Accomplice with participation from Tuhaye Venture partners and other angel investors. We caught up with Founder and CEO Ben Jabbawy to get the scoop on this new funding round, as well as what's next for the company.
Hysolate’s Co-Founder and COO Dan Dinnar spoke with us how the company’s cybersecurity isolation platform works for enterprise-wide infrastructures. In addition to that, Dinnar also talked about the company’s origins as part of a leading cybersecurity firm in Tel Aviv.
Gamer Sensei is teaching platform for pro and semi-pro gamers and has lately been focusing on coaching players of Fortnite. Gamers will connect teachers (or “senseis”) with users for lessons to get better in all kinds of games. We had a chance to speak with Gamer Sensei CEO Jim Drewry and learn more about the company’s connection to esports.
Loog is a line of guitars that aims to make it fun and easy for kids and beginners to learn to play. We had the chance to sit down with Founder and CEO Rafael Atijas to ask him about the company, including how it got started, how it evolved, and the limitations in traditional kids' guitars that made Loog necessary.
Oneiro is an organization with a stable coin, ndau, with a focus on long-term value in a fluctuating market. COSIMO Ventures CTO and an early user of ndau, Ken Lang sat down with us to discuss more the rather interesting history behind Oneiro. Lang also went into detail how a relatively new type of stablecoin is going to change the cryptocurrency market.
BondApp is a new kind of dating app with a large focus on personal communication. It’s many characteristics, including its one-of-a-kind HotSpot feature, allows users to discover locations and other folks who are looking to connect. We spoke with Founder and CEO Jamal Taleb to find out more about his company and their upcoming app.
Managed by Q lends a helping hand to businesses of all sizes in the office management department. The company’s VP of People, Maria Dunn, had a chance to talk to us about how they are adding assistance to companies that may need a helping hand in running their offices. She also went into detail on how they came up with their rather unique name.
PeopleDoc's complete HR service delivery platform allows companies to digitize the employee relationship. We spoke with Co-Founder and CEO Jonathan Benhamou to learn more about how the company came to be, as well as what its recent acquisition by Ultimate Software means for the business.
TellusLabs is a Somerville-based company that makes technology to map the world’s food supply. We spoke with Co-Founder and CEO David Potere to discuss the aha moment behind TellusLabs, as well as how it works and how it evolved over time.
Wizio’s Co-Founder & COO John Puma III had a chance to speak with us about some of the challenges real estate agents face and how the company’s VR technology is helping make their client's search more interactive. Puma also offers some advice for startups looking to get involved in the real estate tech industry.
Honey is an enterprise-level intranet solution that gives employees a simple, central location to find all of the company information and resources they need from day one. Kalei Buczek spoke to Co-Founder and CEO Rachel Kaplowitz to chat about knowledge management, the art of the pivot, and that sweet stuff that results when your hive is working properly.