Tech In Boston

By Dave Gerhardt

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Dave Gerhardt sits down with an entrepreneur or investor in the Boston startup community to talk about building a company in Boston. Learn more at
66 episodes · since Mar, 2014
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Aug. 1, 2016 · transcript
Joe Kinsella, Founder & CTO, CloudHealth Here's a link to the full transcript: Join 2k people that subscribe to TiB: Follow TiB on Twitter: Follow Andy on Twitter: Learn more about CloudHealth:
July 13, 2016
Tettra co-founder Andy Cook joins me on this episode of TiB to talk about leaving HubSpot to start Tettra and what it was like raising seed money from angel investors here in Boston from Dharmesh Shah to David Cancel to Mike Volpe and the BOSS Syndicate. Catch all the previous episode of the podcast at or search for Tech In Boston on your favorite podcast app. Follow TiB on Twitter: Follow Andy on Twitter: Learn more about Tettra:
June 17, 2016
Cory von Wallenstein joined me live at the Nantucket Conference to talk about his company Adored, pivots, his time at Dyn and more. Prior to founding Adored, Cory was the CTO at Dyn. Over his six years at Dyn, Cory led product, engineering, technical operations and evangelism, and helped scale the company to more than 400 global employees with offices in the US, UK and Australia. Follow Cory on Twitter: Follow Tech In Boston on Twitter: Catch up on all of the previous episode of TiB on iTunes:
June 6, 2016
Michael Skok (ex-North Bridge Venture Partners) and John Pearce (former CEO of Demandware)join me to talk about their new firm, _Underscore.VC Follow Underscore: Follow Tech In Boston:
May 7, 2016
This week on TiB, I'm joined by Liz Powers, co-founder and chief happiness spreader :) at ArtLifting. ArtLifting empowers homeless and disabled individuals through the sale of their artwork (via ArtLifting's online art marketplace). Back in October, ArtLifting raised a $1.1 million seed round from Toms Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie, angel investor Joanne Wilson, author and entrepreneur Eric Ries, social impact accelerator Tumml and others after Liz Powers and her brother Spencer had bootstrapped the company to over six figures in revenue after launching in 2013.
April 22, 2016
Mark Roberge joined me live at Drift this week to talk about HubSpot in the early days and the changing face of sales. Follow Mark: Follow Tech In Boston: Tweet about this episode:
April 12, 2016
Tim Rowe live from CIC's new cafe at 50 Milk Street downtown. Thanks to for making this happen! Follow Tim on Twitter: Follow Tech In Boston on Twitter:
Feb. 19, 2016
Ellen Chisa, VP of Product at Lola Travel joins me on this episode of Tech In Boston. Follow Ellen on Twitter And read her blog: Thanks to our friends at for sponsoring this episode. Harness your strengths, 10X success: attend EMERGE - March 9th:
Feb. 1, 2016
Attend CEO Matt Engel joins me on this episode of Tech In Boston. Subscribe on iTunes: Learn more at
Jan. 5, 2016
Jeff's a former entrepreneur turned VC and he joins me on this episode of Tech In Boston. We covered everything from his early experience as an engineer, through his time at HBS, what he learned as a VP of Marketing and COO, why he made the shift to venture capital, what can be better in the Boston startup community and more. Catch up on all of the previous episodes at

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