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Speek, a Web- and app-based conference call platform, has gone viral in a profound way, more so than any other D.C. startup at the moment.
GUEST MENTOR Danny Boice, co-founder and CTO of Speek: My recent article “Why we need a ‘Startup University’ and how it would work” was inspired by my experience founding my startup Speek and successfully getting it off the ground.
Big Data is arguably one of the hottest tech buzzwords of the past year.
Eighty-seven percent of technology startups plan to hire new employees in 2013, according to a new report by Silicon Valley Bank.
The East Coast tech start-up community was treated to a healthy dose of practical advice, hearing directly from seasoned CEOs and active angel, institutional and corporate investors, as well as state investment funds at MAVA’s TechBUZZ Spring 2013.
LogMeIn announced in November that it would create 50 jobs in Dublin by establishing its European operations here as part of an IDA-supported investment.
CIT Gap Funds, Center for Innovative Technology; Entrepreneur of the Week: Jonathan Aberman, @Jaberman
Epizyme, a Cambridge-based biopharmaceutical company, has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for its initial public offering of stock to raise an estimated $69 million.
Few know LivingSocial like Don Rainey. The Grotech general partner's involvement with the D.C. daily deal giant predates the daily deal itself. Rainey has sat on LivingSocial's board long enough to see it reach the peak of press adulation, only to be hammered by a seemingly endless string of bad news.
Picture yourself out in a neighborhood “driving for dollars”. You come across a potential real estate investment opportunity and you want to learn more about the property.