Good talent is at such a premium for Boston tech companies, especially for those startups looking for experienced design, engineering, and development folks, that many resort to various gimmicks and enticements to attract that coveted "new hire." While the good old fashioned, "Let's throw buckets full of money at this techie" practice is still alive and well, some startups (especially early stage ones) can't afford that approach. So they get creative.
A lot of companies have found that there is no easier way to win the hearts and minds of prospective employees (and to delight current hardworking startup-ers) than with rivers and rivers of sweet, ice cold beer. Read MoreLa Cerveza Mas FinaKoa Labs sponsoring our next BetaBoston Bytes & Brews in Harvard Square next Thursday
We have officially hit the dog days of summer and the mercury keeps rising in the ol' thermometer.
So what better way to beat the heat than joining BetaBoston, 99 Bottles, and our newly announced sponsor Koa Labs for our July BetaBoston Bytes & Brews next Thursday July 17 at John Harvard's in Harvard Square.Read More
Last fall, MIT announced a new fund to support startups springing from the Media Lab. But for the school didn't divulge the initial set of investments for its new E14 Fund. That list of seven companies just showed up recently... Read More
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