The idea for Nxtfour came from Bryant’s own college application process, because the Common Application lacked the same social aspect that is present in Facebook and LinkedIn.
Creativity definitely isn’t finite, but people have been around for a while now, and in the close confines of a city, how long can they keep generating new ideas that blow the rest of us away?
Over the past few years the city has become one of the blossoming innovation centers of the country, with hundreds of startups now calling Boston their home.
LoVerde, Impey, and Beaulieu-Jones saw an opportunity to improve upon that paper-based system that would take long hours to compile.
When James Valladares and Salah Abdo discovered that they were suffering form the same problem, an idea was born.
The young team at Jebbit values a sense of community that manifests itself in a number of ways inside and outside of the office.
Rory Cuddyer, BC ’11, was recently named the ‘Startup Czar’ of Boston, a position that gives him the power to build Boston as a tech tub.
Ralph Parent, BC ’02, is a real estate developer that embraces rhinos—facing obstacles head on.
Jackie De La Rosa, BC Law ’13, traces her path from working with Mark Cuban to co-founding her own startup, Oasys Ventures.