Atolla is a company that delivers customized skincare products to its customers using a machine learning-driven platform. We spoke with Co-Founder and CEO Meghan Maupin about how such an interesting company gets built, as well as the story behind its founding (and where it’s going next).
TravelPirates’ Senior PR Manager Calvin Iverson spoke with us to not only talk about how their platform works but to also discuss why the company put their North American HQ in Boston and how it is growing their business.
Floating Point Group is an NYC-based cryptocurrency firm that uses smart-order-routing (SOR) technology to make crypto trading happen as efficiently as possible. We had the chance to speak with Co-Founder Kevin March about the company, as well as the current (and future) state of cryptocurrency.
Cyborg is a startup out of Manchester, NH that has created a platform offering voice-activated responses based on that day’s workout. We spoke with Founder and CEO Tim Near about how the platform can give users feedback and what it was like being a part of the Alpha Loft accelerator in New Hampshire.
We spoke with Tomorrow Lab Co-Founder and Partner Ted Ullrich to learn more about this “studio” and how it came together. We also had a chance to learn more about what products they have worked on, some of them you may have heard of.
Rally is a NYC-based ridesharing app exclusively focusing on buses, and the first to do so! We had the chance to speak with Co-Founder and President Siheun Song to learn more about the company's past, present, and future.
Myomo (which comes from the phrase, “My own motion,” said by a beta tester) was founded in 2004 and has been developing upper limb orthoses for those who suffer a form of paralysis brought on by freak accidents or from diseases. We spoke with Myomo CEO Paul Gudonis about the history of the company and how their technology has evolved over the years.
Founded in 2013 in New York City, Work-Bench was spun out of the networks of its founders, who started paying attention to what was happening in their own backyard. Kalei Buczek spoke with Work-Bench Co-Founder and General Partner Jessica Lin about how this rather unique VC firm came to be.
MobileMonkey is a chatbot-based marketing platform exclusively for Facebook founded by WordStream Co-Founder Larry Kim. We spoke with Kim to learn a little bit more about the company and how the social media platform’s Messenger feature is great for marketing teams. Kim also shared some advice with our readers regarding how to raise funding and how to build their personal brand.
Proximate is a recently-formed startup that is looking to not only give a closer insight to how the sales are going, but also analyze sales leads. Founder and CEO Ross Andrews sat down to speak with us about his own experiences helped give him an “a-ha!” moment to start a sales-oriented startup. Andrews also went into detail about a Meetup group he has formed with other startups called Boston Sales Tech.
Queen of Raw is an online marketplace that sells sustainable fabrics and other raw materials to independent designers. We had the chance to speak with Founder and CEO Stephanie Benedetto to learn more about the company's past, present, and future.
OM1 is a Boston-based healthcare company whose data-driven cloud platform helps healthcare providers and stakeholders compare, measure, and predict treatment outcomes either by individual or population. We had the chance to speak with Founder and CEO Rich Gliklich about the company’s past and present.
SPARK Neuro is a company that can measure audience engagement by reading brain and nervous system activity directly. It has the ability to quantify attention and emotional levels with a precision that’s down to the second, and we spoke with Founder and CEO Spencer Gerrol to learn more about the mind-reading company.
Founded in 2015, TRUX is a startup out of Concord that is building technology to help update the construction industry. We spoke with TRUX Co-Founder and CTO Mike Saccone and CEO Jeff Gower about how their intuitive tech works.
We spoke with EditMate’s Co-Founder and current-Managing Director Scott Stratford about how they are making video creation more accessible to not just the startup community, but to consumers as well. Stratford also went into detail on how EditMate works and how anyone can make a video for social media.