We are hosting Women 2.0 Founder Friday events on January 11. Find one near you to meet women entrepreneurs, aspiring and current!
Don’t let anybody tell you that San Francisco and New York City are the only places you can start a business.
By Shereen Shermak (Co-Founder, BuySide FX)
In real estate, they say the most important things are location, location, and location. Location matters with startups, too.
Here are 5 good reasons to start your business in Boston, written by a non-native Bostonian serial entrepreneur and investor.
The last three months has condensed a very sharp learning curve into an incredibly short amount of time.
By Paige Brown (Co-Founder & CEO, Dashbell)
Where do I even begin? The last three months has been the most challenging, rewarding and of my life. It’s been almost four years since I decided to step off the ledge of entrepreneurship and I most certainly have not looked back since. One thing I love about startups is the constant challenge, the severe learning curve and the need to continue to push oneself further.
We are hosting Women 2.0 Founder Friday events on December 7. Find one near you to meet women entrepreneurs, aspiring and current!
Boston-based serial entrepreneur Susie Kim Riley raises Series A for her mobile startup Aquto to disrupt how we look at mobile data plans.
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Susie Kim Riley is a serial entrepreneur. After rising in engineering ranks at companies, she founded and led technology development at Camiant as CTO, pioneering a new market for policy control and successfully deploying product with 45 carriers worldwide. Camiant was acquired by Tekelec for $130 million in April 2010.
Innovation Market premieres on November 1, 2012 at EMC’s corporate headquarters in Hopkinton.
We will be hosting Women 2.0 Founder Friday events on November 16 – find one near you!
As a startup CEO, I am constantly juggling more than I can possible keep in the air.
By Paige Brown (Co-Founder & CEO, BookingMarkets)
It hass been a wild and crazy ride so far at TechStars Boston – the learning curve is moving faster than I ever imagined. They keep us extremely busy with mentor meetings, workshops and sessions. We at BookingMarkets are pivoting, improving our existing business model and are on the track to something really amazing.