Tag Archive: Entrepreneurship


A Primer for Building a Kickass, Remote Organization

December 20, 2017 6:00 am Published by

Cursory discussions about remote work – and workers – abound (live your life! hire great people! be diverse!) but practical explanations of how, exactly, to translate this virtual promised land into a well-functioning organization are few and far between. Enter Help Scout. Right here in Boston(ish), Converge portfolio company and leading customer support tech company,... Read More


Championing The Entrepreneurial Economy

January 20, 2017 7:26 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The New England Venture Capital Association thrives thanks to our member VC firms and our sponsors who invest time, energy, and money to support the region’s entrepreneurial community. The “collective will” of this extended group to maximize the environment for entrepreneurship embodies what’s great about our community: help-out, give back, celebrate success, and make change... Read More


What Blockchain Tech Needs to Overcome to Attract Enterprise Buyers

September 3, 2016 6:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Most Fortune 500 companies are having extensive conversations, in CIO suites or in innovation labs, on whether the blockchain technology is right for them, and their peers — discussions on how their primary business lines might be affected by the technology, current solutions, and the areas (or consortia) to invest in. Distributed ledger standardization is far from... Read More


If You Need Me, I’ll Be on Holodeck 4. Or at Lowe’s.

May 31, 2016 7:52 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

What seemed like a sci-fi fantasy—when Riker and the Star Trek crew retreated to the Holodeck—isn’t any more. In November 2015, Lowe’s introduced the Holoroom to customers—3D visualization made possible by Oculus Rift’s headgear and Marxent’s platform. Kitchen, bathroom, and home improvements are now more tangible (and futuristic) than ever before, giving customers the power... Read More