CyPhy Works is a company that builds drones with effective power conversion, and it's a pioneer in the space. We spoke with CEO Lance Vanden Brook about the interesting story behind the company's founding, as well as where it's going next.
One of the regions where Lyft has become apparent is the Boston area. And much of the business increase can be attributed to the Lyft New England team, led by its General Manager Tyler George. We spoke with George about how the business has grown and how they have connected to the Boston tech scene.
Forward Financing is a company that offers a solution for underserved small businesses looking for financing through its platform. We spoke with Co-Founder and CEO Justin Bakes to learn more about the company's unique place in the financial space.
Alpha Vantage is a FinTech startup from HBS that is currently in the Y Combinator accelerator. We spoke with the company's co-founders Olivier Porte and Steve Zheng about how they met and how the technology works for the financial service industry. Porte and Zheng also spoke of their experiences in HBS' Arthur Rock Center and Y Combinator.
Dollarship Co-Founder and CEO Seth Knoll, along with his founding team, are no strangers to the student debt crisis. Knoll sat down with us to share how their own experiences helped them found their company and how their smartphone app is helping ease graduates’ pains. Knoll also went into detail on how their app is gamifying the repayment process and even shared what retailers have signed up to use the app.
Call9 is a Brooklyn-based company that allows nursing home populations to get emergency assistance without needing to leave their room. We spoke with VP of Product and Process Design Jess Mink to learn more about how the company is using technology to revolutionize emergency care.
Most restaurants use a notebook and pencil to help organize events. That is where Tripleseat comes in with their tech-enabled solution to assist event planners. We spoke with the company's Co-Founder and CEO Jonathan Morse about how he's experienced event planning issues working in the hospitality industry.
Jack and Ferdi is a mobile app that is looking to showcase various leisure spots in a certain city while you are on your business trip. We spoke with Jack and Ferdi’s founding team, Anne-Fleur Andre and Romain Aubanel, on how they are making bleisure a more regular part of the business traveling routine.
BrandVerge is a company that offers a platform for advertisers to easily plan premium media partnerships and campaigns. We spoke with Co-Founders Lynn Browne and Mollie Kehoe to learn more about the company’s past, future, and how it can change the game for advertisers everywhere.
Dinner Thyme is a startup looking to improve the business of selling meal kits to consumers. Founder and CEO Richard Fay spoke with us about the interesting state of the meal kit industry, and how Dinner Thyme was "the first ecommerce meal kit company in the country."
The DCU FinTech Innovation Center is one of the premier FinTech accelerators in Boston, but their overall goal is one that affects the ecosystem in a positive way. We spoke with the accelerator's Managing Director Vasilios Roussos to talk about the accelerator's mission. In addition to that, we also spoke with three startups currently in the Center and learned about their experiences.
ZiipRoom is a SaaS startup looking to make a more accessible, streamlined way to schedule and conduct weekly virtual meetings. Co-Founder and CEO Martin Bodley spoke with us about how their technology is changing the way teams are managing their huddle room conferences.
Plumdrop Co-Founder and CEO Mansoor Basha spoke with us about his company’s mission and how a few vacations helped him come up with the idea. Since he recently moved to NYC, he also shared how NYC and Boston differ for the specific market his startup is in.
Olo is a company that offers its eCommerce engine to 230 restaurant brands and over 50,000 restaurant locations in North America. We sat down with Chief Customer Officer Marty Hahnfeld to get the scoop on the company's success—a success fueled by years of careful growth and constantly-evolving technology.
3Play Media is a Boston-based transcription, captioning, and subtitling company that's trying to make the world a more accessible place. We spoke to Co-Founders Josh Miller and Chris Antunes about the company's ever-evolving story.