Our friends at Bostinno has compiled a calendar of creative and innovative events around Boston.
Food is essential, but food innovation is art. It is, at least, for Boston startups.
Clyde Freeman had a traditional education. He graduated from UMass Amherst with a degree in finance. From there, he jumped from job to job, applying his financial knowledge at various companies.
Have you ever thought about how startup names and Pokèmon names pretty much sound the same?
In fact, most of the time Pokèmon names and startup names go by the same three requirements.
The Greater Boston area’s startup scene has long been seen as synonymous, even exclusive, to its biotechnology lineup.
Our friends at Bostinno has compiled a calendar of creative and innovative events ar
Inventors and entrepreneurs from Massachusetts revolutionized shoe production — over and over again in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries.
ArtLifting has found another way to give artists who are homeless or have disabilities a spotlight through a new partnership with national
Ministry of Supply is taking the notion of bespoke clothing and turning it on its head.
The first time I heard of PlacePass, the Boston travel startup invaded my office with a gang of Pokemon,
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When you see a good concert, you may not realize how much work is happening behind the scenes to bring it all together.
A local startup is offering online shoppers a way to identify — and, if they feel so inclined, avoid — companies that stock goods with ties to President Trump before they head to the digital checko
What if our photographs and social media updates could be turned into memories we – or our children – could later access just by asking a virtual assistant, like Amazon’s Alexa?
Investors have poured another $4.1 million into CannaKorp, a Stoneham
New England's winter weather does no favors in the beauty department.
Reebok is the latest local shoe giant to ditch the burbs for Boston.
Ministry, a Boston-based apparel startup formerly known as Ministry of Supply, has launched its highly-anticipated line of high-tech women’s clothing this week after two years in research and devel
The energetic researchers who grounded the new “Ghostbusters” in hard science — giving it “geek cred” — are using a fl
If the shoe fits, keep it! That’s the goal of True Fit, which helps shoe and apparel businesses cut down on e-commerce returns.
MiniLuxe, the Boston-based chain of nail and waxing salons noted for its fresh approach to the beauty industry, recently raised nearly
If you want to build a massive operation for high-end fashion rental, you could follow the lead of the venture-backed, 500-employee Rent the Runway and build a 125,000-square-foot warehouse that pr
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Amanda Yanchury is on a mission to bring the social enterprise model made popular by brands like Toms and Warby Parker to the running world. And she's doing it all right here in Massachusetts.
Shoes that vibrate can apparently improve balance and agility, and thanks to a recent licensing deal, they are likely headed to the market.
Time was, you couldn't have a conversation about consumer Internet in Boston without hearing about Gemvara.
Boston-based New Balance will start selling the company’s first 3D-printed running shoe this Friday just a few days before the city hosts the iconic marathon on April 18.
At the swanky Prudential Center in the heart of Boston's shopping district, the Yogasmoga boutique stands out for its sparse, minimalist aest
Until July 10, 2016, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA, is highlighting the synergy between fashion and technology with a line-up of creations from international designers.
Embedded within a sleek red disk that resembles a miniature flying saucer, it consists of three computers, 12 sensors, a 350-watt motor and a 48-volt lithium battery and can be attached to the back
HUBWeek is further solidifying itself as a tentpole event for Boston's innovation community with the announcement of its 2016 dates.
Boston startup Fortified Bicycle just nabbed a $150,000 grant through the
When it comes to high fashion, some styles take us to the moon and back. The Museum of Fine Arts Boston’s #techstyle, launching March 6, is filled with such otherwordly pieces.
Now that I have a feel for the on-campus startup ecosystem, it’s become clear that Harvard has got it going on.
When Michael Bissanti opened Four Burgers in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2008, he knew he wanted to create a fast food restaurant with a strong sense of sustainability.
Three local filmmakers have converted a century-old firehouse in the Boston Shipyard into the city’s “new home for creativity.”
Uber Boston, facing criticism that it offers only limited service to people with disabilities, has agreed to work with advocates on improving the accessibility of the ride-hailing service.
As an able-bodied person, its easy to take simple pleasures like playing a video
The Roxbury Innovation Center opened last September in Dudley Square and has been busy with over 50 events supporting the area’s small business entrepreneurs, specifically focusing on how to start
Technology, online shopping and cybersecurity are issues at top of mind for Target C
DIGHTON, Mass. Dr. Richard Boulanger, a professor of electronic music and design at the Berklee College of Music, lives in a big new h
When Waltham startup Affectiva announced a hackathon inviting local coders to tr
Tom Jump, an advertising executive who previously led worldwide branding for
There’s no shortage of ways to communicate in the smartphone era, but most of them don’t involve actually hearing someone’s voice.
Reveu.me Co-Founders (from left to right): Shomari Miller, Jamall Oluokun and Jason Depreaux.