In a series of partnerships that echoes the days when the Siemens brothers helped stretch transatlantic cables from Cape Cod to the French coast, organizations from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts are connecting with counterparts in the French Republic to push technology and innovation forward in both Boston and Paris.
Last week ended with a flurry of announcements and news involving the strategic tech partnerships being formed between the Boston tech community and the burgeoning Paris innovation ecosystem. Read MoreThis just inMorning roundup: MassChallenge startup acquired for $20 million; MC10 gets new CEO
EdTrips is a startup that has found a way to make signing up and paying for field trips much easier for teachers, students, and especially parents.
Since paper field trip permission slips and payments have a habit of getting lost in your kid's backpack, EdTrips is a great concept to start with. Read MoreAddressing the faults within the TechstarsWill Techstars' new equity policy quiet some critics?
Techstars has long been known as one of the best incubator programs in the country. Based on the success (and investment fundraising) of many of the companies to graduate from Techstars Boston, I have argued that the local branch of the program may be the "model" Techstars program. Read More