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Gordon Bell R.I.P.

Steve Blank

The first time I laid eyes on Gordon Bell was in 1984 outside a restaurant in a Boston suburb when he pulled up in a Porsche. Gordon and his wife Gwen started a computer history museum and by 1983 moved it into renovated warehouse next to the Boston Children’s Museum. Gordon Bell passed on this month.

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In Boston, a School to Learn How to Work at a Startup

ReadWriteStart

The Boston Startup School , founded at TechStars Boston (see For TechStars Boston, Life Beyond the Pitch ), is creating a program that will give aspiring entrepreneurs and others all the tools they will need to work at a startup. It comes down to serving the needs of the growing ecosystem of the Boston tech community.

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Boston Unicorns

Seeing Both Sides

This week, I want to take a local lens and analyze these special companies that have been created in Boston. We looked at the companies in New England (call them "Boston and surrounding") that had exited in the last 10 years (2003-2013) with greater than $500 million in market valuation. We found 43 such companies. 2004), Kayak ($1.8B/2004)

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We’re Hiring a Platform and Operations Associate at NextView

View from Seed

This role will be virtual through the end of the pandemic, but will ultimately be based in either our New York or Boston office. You are actively engaged in the NYC or Boston tech ecosystem. This job will be based in either New York and Boston and will involve close collaboration with all members of the tight-knit NextView team.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Boston Tech Community (Fall 2013 Edition)

Rob Go

Boston is a great place to start and build a company. However, Boston is a transient town, especially for the student population that refreshes a large number each year. This guide is designed to help you hit the ground running and is a starting point for your entrepreneurial journey in Boston. The Grand-daddy. The Grand-daddy.

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Boston Startup School Graduates To Institute With New York Expansion

ReadWriteStart

The Startup Institute started as a branch of startup incubator TechStars in Boston. Known as the Boston Startup School , the company is now rebranding itself as the Startup Institute and expanding its first class to New York City starting in June. Growing Out Of TechStars. The Startup Institute was born.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Boston Tech: 2016 Update

View from Seed

Today, we are excited to re-release an updated Hitchhiker’s Guide to Boston Tech ! I wanted to point out a couple things in the updated guide, but the general theme is that we are simply seeing more, bigger, and better things happening here in Boston. Thought leadership originating in Boston. To name a few: 1.

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