This is a guest post from Rick Burnes, the new vice president of content products at BookBub.
When the history ebooks are written, this month could go down as a turning point for the Boston tech community. Two Boston IPOs this month — Wayfair’s on Oct 2 and HubSpot’s on Oct 8 — were major milestones for companies that could become new anchors for the local startup ecosystem. Read MoreLet's Go Red Sox! clap, clap...clap, clap, clapQ3 VC takeaways: Atlas as we know it goes out in style, New York is drinking Boston's milkshake
When Wayfair's founders rang the New York Stock Exchange bell Thursday morning, they didn't just announce the company's arrival on the public market—they rang in a new era for the Greater Boston technology and innovation ecosystem.
Boston’s innovation economy could add another four public companies this month, with three in biotech and one in tech lined up for initial public offerings. Not yet in the queue is the big one, Wayfair.com.
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