Last week Greg Gomer from BostInnovation and I had the opportunity to chat with Callie Crossley about startups and failure. It was a fun conversation where we got to answer a bunch of questions from callers and share our thoughts about the Boston ecosystem. If you missed it, have a listen.
It’s been great watching the cultural transition of the Boston startup community. I remember a couple of years ago how every event in Boston seemed to be stogy, formal, and focused on old school networking. Name tags were a must, and socializing was kept to conversations about work. After heading out to SF and witnessing [...]
If I hear one more person ask me ‘How do we keep young entrepreneurs here in Boston?’ I will run headfirst into a wall. Not because it’s a bad question but because in my experience the people asking the question are blowing so much hot air that I can’t take them seriously anymore. My head [...]
If you are a young entrepreneur bootstrapping a start-up in Boston your last thought should be about finding office space. Personally, thanks to a lack of funds for renting an office or getting a desk at a co-working space, I’ve spent my fair share of time finding the most productive spots around town to get [...]
On October 9th, I along with other members of the DartBoston community are going to be taking on THE QUEST for innovation. THE QUEST is a high tech scavenger hunt all around Boston celebrating the long history of innovation and entrepreneurship that has taken place in this city. Participation in THE QUEST is free but [...]
Who doesn’t love the most extreme race in the world, Irish dancing, Irish music, beer, great weather and good people? If you weren’t able to make it to Puma City this past month to see what all the hype of the Volvo Ocean Race is about, then I am sorry to say it but you [...]
This past monday was Patriot’s day here in Boston. And rather than celebrating the battles of Lexington and Concord which sparked the American Revolution, most people are focused on the Boston Marathon. As a two time runner of the Marathon, I love the tradition of the day. From 6am to 6pm the day is packed [...]
Hi, my name is Cort and I live in Boston, working in the startup scene. I'm a co-founder of DartBoston and Terrible Labs. I am all about getting out into the community to meet other passionate entrepreneurs and see what people are working on.