“We want to offer the kind of trips where you take whiskey shots in the middle of the jungle with 3D printers workers,” said Bischoff.
Brandale Randolph, founder of The 1854 Cycling Company, aspires to build more than a pedal-powered form of transportation. By providing financial literacy lessons and job training to employees that come from poverty or are returning from the prison system, he aims to educate and empower them in preparation for a productive professional career.
Three years after it was featured, Jebbit has grown out of its Faneuil Hall office and now hosts a growing team in a larger space on Newbury Street. Co-founder Tom Coburn reflects on the lessons learned along the way.
Woody Klemmer and Joe Barber, partners at on-demand labor start-up Laborocity, connect employers to “Doers” who are looking for work. They’ve positioned their company as the “Uber for labor”.
Ardent founder Shanel Lindsey leverages technology to make medical cannabis usage more user-friendly and socially acceptable.
Student startup Venu offers rewards for attending live concerts.
Determined to shift the public perception of solar panels, Solar Sistine offers users a customizable “solar skin.”
Baffled by the excess sugar added to his favorite beverages, Laurent Adamowicz founded EChO, a not-for-profit foundation focusing on using research, technology, and health education to help eradicate childhood obesity.
Fed up with the unbearable noise coming from the apartment above, Erica Walker founded Noisescore, an app geared towards monitoring sound in cities across the country.