NetVirta Inc., which has offices in Boston and Singapore, has partnered with the outdoor active footwear company Merrell, a Wolverine Worldwide brand. The company’s fit scanning technology will be used on the beta version of Merrell’s Shoe Advisor mobile app to help consumers find the correct size and fit for their shoes.
Damon Cox has spent the past four years helping lead the Baker administration’s technology and innovation efforts as an assistant secretary in the Office of Housing and Economic Development.
Cambridge-based ConcertAI, formerly Concerto HealthAI, is the latest startup in the space to take advantage of this funding trend.
Two of the company’s co-founders are former Twilio engineers
These Boston companies are closing out Q3 strong with fresh capital and plans to expand, hire and innovate. Together, these five local tech companies raised $337 million in March.
Boston tech had a big week with news ranging from food tech to a startup program launching at WeWork. Keep reading to find out more. This is the Built In Boston weekly refresh.
When Louis Chude-Sokei speaks about race and technology—the subject of the annual University Lecture he’ll deliver Wednesday night at the Tsai Performance Center—you can be sure he’s not talking to techies.
Gov. Charlie Baker met with businesses and local leaders in Holyoke Thursday to celebrate the success of the Make Ready initiative, the public-private partnership that helped connect those residents to broadband.
Led by a former Uber executive, the company partners with public agencies to offer on-demand transportation services.
Boston’s tech scene is going from strength to strength, with growth and development setting the tone in 2022.