What’s happening to Boston’s tech startups?
As we wrap up our month of coverage of the Boston tech scene, we’re taking a look at some of the most interesting startups that are disrupting the city.
If you’ve been following Boston, you know that this is an exciting time to be a tech startup in the US.
The Boston area has a growing startup ecosystem, and Boston is now home to the second-largest startup scene in the country.
But there’s a lot of work to be done, and we’ve highlighted a few of the biggest players in the city that are changing the landscape of Boston’s startup scene.
We’ve also talked to some of these companies and seen what they’re doing.
With the new year coming up, we’d like to take a look back at what’s happened so far in 2017, what’s coming next, and what to expect in 2018.
We’re excited to have Boston’s top tech startup entrepreneurs join us on this episode of the Tech Hub Podcast.
What are Boston’s Top Tech Startup Entrepreneurs Doing?
Boston has some of our best-known startups and early-stage companies, like Foursquare, which has raised more than $20 million from venture capital firms, and Quikr, which recently raised more $6 million in a Series A round.
And the city’s top startup entrepreneurs have been investing in startups that offer a variety of services and products to Boston residents, including restaurants, retail stores, and even bike sharing.
But a lot more is happening in the Boston area, and some of Bostons top startup founders are moving their companies into new cities.
We recently had the chance to sit down with a number of Boston startup founders to learn more about what’s happening in their cities, and to get their feedback on the industry in Boston.
We asked them a series of questions to find out how the startup scene is changing, and their thoughts on the citys top companies.
If this sounds interesting, we encourage you to listen to the full episode of Tech Hub to hear their perspectives on the startup community.